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Phoenix is to have another
or dry election soon.
The Phoenix street railw'ay has
.been sold to eastern capitalists.
, Vice President-Elect Marshall
will visit Mrs. Marshall's parents
at Phoenix shortly after New
F. M. Murphy has sold the
Christmas, Imperial and Congress
mines to the Guuhenheim in
terests. Several million dollars
are involved in the deal.
Company F will be mustered
into the National Guard service
at Snowflake soon. Co. F was
formerly located at Clifton, but
was recently mustered out.
Judfie Sloan has sentenced no
defendants in a month in the U.
S; court. A number of these will
be taken to Atlanta soon by Unit
ed States Marshal Overlock.
Ed Sparks, a prominent resi
dent of Mayer, accidentally shot
himself in the shoulder with a
shotgun Sunday while out hunting
and died Monday in Prescott.
Mike Reneke, a well known
resident ot Williams, died last
week of pneumonia after a short
illness. He was a native of
Michigan, about 50 years of age.
The commission form of city
government was adopted at Phoe
nix at a city election held last
weok. A commission of three
men will be elected now to enforce
the new charter.
Mrs. James Loy has announced
her candidacy for the mayorship
of Prescott on the socialist ticket.
The equal suffrage league, of
which she is secretary, disclaim
backing her for the office.
Phoenix business men have or
ganized the Southwestern Building
& Investment company with a
capital of one million dollars.
The members of the new company
are mainly residents of Phoenix.
Two trunks lull of opium, val
ued at 28,000, were exhibited in
the United States court last week
in Phoenix at the trial of Charles
Fitzsimmons, charged with smug
gling the opium from Cananea to
J. V. Casperson, who recently
got into trouble in Tucson by
passing worthless checks, is again
in Prescott. It would seem that
Casperson was merely careless in
managing his funds and that he
did not know that he had no
money in the bank when he drew
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Cottokne sells at about the price of lard, and is so rich that one-third
less is required than either butter or lard.
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cup milk and 2 cups pastry flour in which 2 teaspoons baking
powder and '& teaspoon salt have been well sifted. Beat well, add
the well beaten yolks and whites of 3 eggj separately. Bake in
two layers. Use any desired filling or frosting.
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A Phoenix bridegroom picked
rice out of his ears four months
after the rice-throwing affair oc
curred. Moral cook it before
Emanuel Drachman, of Tucson,
says he will have 10,000 names
on his petition for the office of U.
S. marshal. It is understood
that Ben Crawford and W. T.
Webb of Graham county and Joe
Dillon of Prescott will oppose
Drachman for the office.
At Prescott, L. L. Dewell,
ow"ner of a battery of steam shear
ing plants, arrived from Hot
Springs Junction to perfect plans
for the coming winter shearing
season. The drive to the south
will soon be under way and good
grazing is the report from that
Construction of the Arizona
Sanitarium at Safford has actually
commenced and within a few days
work will have begun on the pipe
line which is to convey the lithia
water to the sanitarium from the
mineral springs, according to
Dr. W. J. Galbraith, who is at
the head of the enterprise.
Another diamond, representing
Arizona's star in the equal suf
frage flag, will go into the small
flag-jewel given by Dr. Anna
Shaw, president of the National
Equal Suffrage Association by
Susan B. Anthony. This will be
one of the results of Arizona's
vote to allow women the right of
The fees collected by the incor
porating department of the Ari
zona corporation commission dur
ing the month ot Uctober were,
approximately $11,500. With the
exception of September, when the
amount ran up to 17,000, this is
the heaviest month in the history
of the commission. August's
record was Si 0,500.
Mr, R.,L. Newman, .proprietor
of the Holbrook Hotel, has lef
the contract to Joe Klcindienst
for the erection of a twelve room
addition to that popular ' hotel.
Mr. Newman has been hard press
ed for some time to accommodate
all who applied for accommoda
tions and his unceasing efforts to
please all guests has resulted in
his building up a business that
may even call for more additions
to his popular hostelry ere the
spring months arrive. Holbrook
Pasadena, Calif. C. L. Parsons
of the Chas. H. Ward Drug Co.,
writes: "We have sold and
recommended Foley's Honey &
Tar Compound lor years and be
lieve it to be one of the most ef
ficient remedies on the market,
containing no opiates or narcotics,
it can be given freely to children."
Will Marlar Pharmacy.
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TRY THIS RECPEi
What's in a Name?
Some years ago in order to
make their inheritanceof land more
simple and secure, our govern
ment commissioned Dr. Charles
A. Eastman, a Sioux Indian, to
rename more then 15,000 Sioux
with their family' name. The task
was a tremendous one and full of
difficulties. .Where possible Dr.
Eastman kept the original Sioux
name of some members of a family,
as in bestowing the name "Mat
oska," meaning "White Bear," on
the family of that chief. Some
times the combination of wife's
name and husband's name has
produced musical results, such as
"Winona Otana." The favorite
name for women names "She who
has a beautiful home," which Dr,
Eastman has Anglicized in the
patronymic "Goodhouse." But
by far the hardest task was to find
new names for the absurdities of
"Bobtailed Coyote" was a
young Indian who has come to
prefer himself as "Robert T.
Wolf." After a long struggle
with "Rotten Pumpkin" Dr.
Eastman at last recorded the
owner of the name on the tribal
records under the noncommittal
title of "Robert Pumpian."
Is your husband cross? An
irrjtable, fault finding disposition
is often due to a disordered stom
ach. A man with good digestion
is nearly always good natured.
A great many have been perma
nently cured of stomach trouble
by taking Chamberlain's Tablets.
For sale by all dealers.
Fried Oysters with Cabbage Tartar
Wipe a pint of choice oysters
on a cloth; season half a cupful of
flour with salt and pepper; roll
the oysters, one by one in the
flour (more may be needed), then
dip in egg beaten with three table
spoonfuls of milk, and, finally,
roll in sifted bread or cracker
crumbs. Fry in deep fat. In an
ordinary frying bowl five or six
oysters may be friend at a time.
Drain on a soft paper at the
mouth of the oven. Let each
oyster lie by itself on the paper
while draining, to avoid s'oftening
the crust. The fat should be hot
enough to brown the crumbs and
cook the oysters in eighty or nine
ty seconds. A skimmer is quite
as good as a frying basket for
oysters; slip from skimmer into
the fat and remove with skimmer
when cooked. Have ready a hot
napkin on a serving dish.. On
this set a bowl made of a cabbage
filled with tartare; dispose the
oysters on the napkin around cab
bage; serve at once. Cold slaw
or Philadelphia relish may replace
the cabbage tartare.
Remove the center from a small,
hard head of cabbage to leave a
thin shell. Chop the cabbage
fine; add enough sauce tartare to
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results. With its vvjK?
hold the cabbage together, and use
to fill the bowl or shell. Finish
with four stoned olives. For the
sauce tartare make a cupful of
mayonnaise dressing and stir into
it half a cupful of mixed fine chop
ped olives, capers, cucumber
pickles ind parsley. If desired
mustard pickles may be added
with good effect. "A Dish that is
Seasonable, Appetizing and Inex
pensive, in the Ladies World for
Notice to Creditors
Estate of Maria Jane Lockwood,
Notice is hereby given by the
undersigned, administratrix, with
the will annexed of the estate of
Maria Jane Lockwood, deceased,
to the creditors of and all persons
having claims against , the said
deceased, to exhibit them, with
the necessary vouchers, within
ten months after the first publi
cation of this notice to the said
administratrix, with the will an
nexed, at my residence in Flag
staff, County of Coconino, State
of Arizona, the same being the
place for the transaction of the
business of said estate, in said
County of Coconino,
Bertha . Diamond,
Administratrix, with the Will
annexed, of the Estate of
Maria Jane Lockwood, de
ceased. Dated at Flagstaff- this 7th day
of November A. D. 1912.
1st pub. Nov. 8, 1912.
Last pub. Nov. 29, 1912.
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior. U. S.
Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona,
November 13, 1912.
NOTICE is hereby given that
Charles H. Corey, of Flagstaff.
Arizona, who. on May 31st, 1910,
made Homestead Entry No. 010751,
forWi NEJ, SEi SE1, Si NE1
SEi, WJ NWi NEJ SEi. WJ SWJ
SEi NEi Section 23, Township 22
N.. Range 6 E.. G. & S. R., Me
ridian, has filed notice of intention
to make Final Three Year Proof,
to establish claim to the land above
described, before R. J. Kidd, U. S.
Commissioner, at Flagstaff, Ari
zona, on the 23rd day of Decem
Claimant names as witnesses:
Arthur H. Beasley, Lincoln A.
Williams. William H. Taylor.
Thomas J. Davis, all of Flagstaff,
FRANK H. PARKER,
Notice to Creditors
Estate of Cleary O'Flyng Rob
Notice is hereby given by the
undersigned, executrix of the es
tate of Cleary O'Flvng Robinson,
deceased, to the creditors of and
all persons having claims against
the said deceased, to exhibit
them, with the necessary vouchers,
within ten months after the first
publication of this notice to the
said executrix at the Arizona Cen
tral Bank, in the town of Flag
staff, Coconino county, Arizona,
the same being the place for the
transaction of the business of said
estate, in said county of Coconino.
Lui.u Richako Rouinson,
Executrix of the Estate of Cleary
O'Flyng Robinson, deceased.
Notice to Taxpayers
Pursuant to Par. 3887, Sec." 57,
Revised Statutes of Arizona 1901,
the duplicate assessment roll of
the county for the year 1912, is
now in my possession for collec
tion of the taxes levied. Taxes
will be delinquent on the third
Monday of December next, and
unless paid on that day or prior
thereto, penalties will attach.
Taxes are payable at the office
of the County Treasurer, in the
court house, Flagstaff, between
the hours of 9 a. m. and 5 p. m.,
Sundays and holidays excepted.
W. H. Switzer
Treasurer and Ex-Officio
Tax Collector, Coconino
Oct. 18-Dec. 15.
Notice to Creditors
Estate of Henry Rockmark, de
ceased. Notice is hereby given by the
undersigned, administrator of the
estate of Henry Rockmark, de
ceased, to the creditors of and all
persons having claims against the
said deceased, to exhibit them,
with the necessary vouchers, with
in four months after the first pub
lication of this notice to the said
administrator at the Citizens
Bank, in the town of Flagstaff,
County of Coconino, State of Ari
zona, the same being the place
for the transaction of the business
of said estate, in said County of
M. I. Powers,
Administrator of the Estate' of
Henry Rockmark, deceased
Dated at Flagstaff this 7th day
of November A. D. 1912.
1st pub. Nov. 8, 1912,
Last pub. Nov. 29, 1912.
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You Said you were going
t o select Holiday Gifts
early this season, are you
living up to your
' It is time to begin
' , H ringing our bell remind
tardy buyers that Christmas is
near at hand. The days speed
readily and in the meantime
goods may be going daily that
would just suit you. It pays tp
be forehanded in holiday buying and
thus eaiscape the hurried, busy time that .
comest just 'before Christmas. Now you
can look at your leisure with the whole
assortment of goods to choose from. Our is a
a stock that makes choose easy and the prices
are easy on the pocket books. If you have not yet
been in don't let another day pass, without taking a
look at the splendid array of gifts we have gathered,
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Having one of the : ;
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And also stands for rolls,
And then there's
Bread and Pies and Cake,
We bake for hungty souls. '
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And here's the tune we sing:
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