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LOCAL BREVITIES
The Anozira Club will eive a
tlance this evening at the McMillan j
lall.
t The infant baby girl of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Erwin died last
"Sunday.
t Mrs. G. E. Stuart ol Phoenix is
'..visiting her daughter, Mrs
feorum.
Win.
Mrs.
Jessie Gregg
left Sunday
and
for
Miss
Los
Werritt
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Mr. George Harrington returned
Monday evening from a business
trip to Phoenix.
) Wm. Babbitt left Monday even
ning for Dodge City, Kansas, to
remain a couple months.
Mrs. V. G. Dickinson left Sun
eday for Los Angeles to remain for
;.the balance of the winter.
D. M. Francis, the sheepman,
came up from Phoenix Monday to
look after northern interests.
Mrs. E. C. Flaharty of Wil
liams, was visiting friends in
Flagstaff the first of the week.
I Mr. C. H. Schulz left Tuesday
morning for Phoenix to look after
this ranch property near that city.
' Mrs. L. M. Brcen and daughter,
Mrs. A. F. Switzer returned Fri
;day from Illinois, where they have
" been on an extended visit.
Hon. R. E. Morrison of Pres
icott went through Flagstaff Mon
day on his way to Holbrook to
look after a suit brought against
T. J. Hesser in the superior
court.
Galvanite flooring, neatest and
best floor cover made. Outwears
'linoleum and always looks good.
; See our sample bath room, it is
,-well worth your while. Wilson &
Coffin, plumbers.
Mr. McGurk, the wool buyer,
went through Flagstaff from
Boston on his way to San Fran-
! cisco Wednesday. He will be on
i the job at Phoenix by the first of
next month.
When given as soon as the
croupy cough appears Chamber-
' Iain's Cough Remedy will ward
ff'arTattack "of croup and prevent
J all danger and cause ot anxiety.
Thousands of mothers use it suc
cessfully. Sold by all dealers.
Advertisement.
The Ladies Missionary and Aid
Society of the Presbyterian church
-will hold a business and social
' meeting at the home of Mrs.
Bullard Tuesday, Jan. 28th at 3
o'clock p. m. All ladies of the
church and congregation are cor
dially invited.
It is reported that L. W. Quin
Ian will take charge of the Babbitt
& Co., large store at Winslow
..about the first of the month.
Messers Spellmire & Lyons will
1 Tetire and give all their attention
1 to their large sheep interests
south of Winslow.
Constipation is the cause of
. many ailments and disorders that
make live miserable. Take Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver tab
lets, keep your bowels regular
and you will avoid these diseases
For sale by all dealers. Adver
tisement. Mrs. Joe McDaniels, formerly
Nellie O'Brien, was taken to a
hospital in San Francisco Tues
day morning Mrs. McDaniels
was injured about a year ago by a
fall from a horse. She had one
rib broken and was otherwise
bruised up, but apparently re
covered, lately she has been suffer
ing from the effects of the old
ESTABLISHED 1887
The Arizona Centra! Bank
FLAGSTAFF, KINGMAN
Capital $100,000.00 Surplus $50,000.00
Deposits Over $1,000,000.00
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.
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' WE TAKE CARE OF OUR CUSTOMERS
T, E. POLLOCK, President
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injuries and at present is in a very
percarious condition.
The City Laundry
Opposite the depot on south
side. Laundry called for and
delivered. btrst class work at
moderate prices. Cljthes cleaned
and pressed at reasonable prices.
Give us a trial.
Chaklky Foo, Prop.
Notice of Assignment
Notice is hereby given that Mrs.
Lydia M. Patrick, of Flagstaff,
Arizona, made an assignment of
all her property to J. E, Jones on
December 2, 191a, for the benefit
of all her creditors. All persons
holding claims against her estate
will present the same to J. E.
Jones, at his office in Flagstaff,
Arizona, within six months from
date, hereof.
Dated at Flagstaff, Arizona,
January24, 19:3.
J. E. Jones, Assignee
Mrs. Lydia M. Patrick
Jan.24-t
Private Sanitarium
Mrs. Emblem has leased the
place recently vacated by G. N.
Baty and family, where she will
open a private sanitarium, ma
ternity cases a specialty. Her
advertisement will appear in the
next issue of The Sun.
Escaped After Fifteen Years
W. P. Broyles made a success
ful escape after fifteen years of
suffering from kidney and bladder
troubles. Foley Kidney Pills re
leased him and will do just the
same for others. He says: "They
cured a most severe backache with
painful bladder irregularities, and
they do all you claim for them,"
Refuse substitutes. Will Marlar
Pharmacy, advertisement.
In the Superior Court, of the State of
Arizona in and for the
County of Coconino
In the matter of the estate of
Pat O'Toole, deceased.
Notice of Hearing Petition for
Letters of Administration.
Notice is hereby given that
Campbell-Francis Company,
friends and creditors, have filed
in this court their petition praying
that letters of administration on
the estate of said decedent be
granted R. J. Kidd, and that the
same will be heard at the term of
said court, towit: On Tuesday,
the 4th day of February, A. D.,
1 9i 3 at 9:30 o'clock' In the fore
noon of said day, at the court
room of said court, in Flagstaff,
County of Coconino, State of
Arizona, and all persons interested
in said estate are notified then
and there to appear and show
cause, if any they have, why the
prayer of said petitioner should
not be granted.
Dated Jan. 21; A. D., 1913.
Chas. H. Adams, Clerk.
By F. O. Alle.v, Dept. Clerk.
Jan. 24-31
In the Superior Court of the State
of Arizona, in and for the
County of Coconino
In the matter of the estate of
Frederick William Sisson, de
ceased. Notice of Hearing Petition.
Notice is hereby given that E.
S. Gosney, administrator with the
will annexed of the estate of
Frederick William Sisson, de
ceased, has filed in this court his
fourth annual account and report
of his administration, and that the
same will be heard on Tuesday,
the 4th day of February, A. D.,
1913, at 9:30 o'clock in the fore
noon of said day, at the court
room of said court, in Flagstaff,
County of Coconino, State of Ari
zona, and all persons interested
in said estate are notified then
and there to appear and show
cause, if any they have, why the
prayer of said petitioner should
not be granted.
Dated January 23, A. D., 1913
Chas. H. Adams, Clerk.
1st pub. Jan. 24, 1913
Last pub. Jan. 31, 1913-
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OF OUR GOOD VALUES,
Restoration to Entry of
National Forest
Lands in.
Notice is hereby given that the
land? described below, embracing
260.21 acres, within the Coconino
National Forest, Arizona, will be
subject to settlement and entry
under the provisions of the home
stead laws of th United States
and the act of June 11, 1906 (31
Stat., 233), at the United States
land office at Phoenix, Arizona, on
March 17. 1913. Any tettler who
was actually and iii good faith
claiming any of said lands for
agricultural purposes prior to Jan
uary 1, 1906, and has not aband
oned Fame, has a preference right
to make a homestead entry for the
lands actually occupied. Said
lands were listed upon the appli
cations of the persons mentioned
below, who have n preference
right subject to the prior right of
any such settler, provided such
settler or applicant is qualified to
make homestead entry and the
preference right is. exercised prior
to March 17. 1913. on which date
the lands will be subject to settle
ment and entry by any qualified
person. The lands embrace two
tracts, containing in all 19.74
acres, witnin sees, u anu 10, anu
Sees. 19 and 20, T. 17 N
nop.
G. &S. R. M.,
described bymetes
and bounds as follows: Beginning nce ngni u inae a no...uuu
at corner No. 3 of the original .entry for the lands actual y occu
io;m net a.i!Ma. pytPndimr Pied. Said lands were listed upon
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thence N. 5 degs. W. 8 chains;
thence S. 86 degs. 30 min. E. 25
chains; thence S. 17 degs. 6.70
chains; thence N. 89 degs. 30 min.
W. 26.33 chains to the place of
beginning, being tract No. 1.
(Tract No. 2) Beginning at corner
No. I of the original claim, List
3-1243; extending thence S.
deits. E. 1.96 chains; thence
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57 degs. E. 18.30 chains; thence S. I ?i person. , .uu .c . -63
degs. W. 17.87 chains to thel'ows: The Ei of SEi-4 of NE1-
place of beginning. Said tracts
were listed upon the application
of Dave Bralliar, of Camp Verde,
Arizona; List 3-'1800. The NJ of
SWJ, the NJ of SEi of SWi, the
NJ of Si of SEi of SWi. the NJ
of Ni of SWi of SWi, Sec. 26. 1.
22 N R. 8 E., 120 acres, appli
cation of Milton F. Ferrell. Box
891, Flagstaff, Arizona; List
3-1814 The SWi of SWi of SWi,
tne owt 01 o&t 01 owi 01 owj,
Sec. 27, the SJ of SEi of SWi of
crl tk OPl nf C!C!Uf SRI tho
QiV RW4- nf SEUf SEk the
NEi of SWi of SEi of SEi, Sec
28. the NEi of NWi, the Wi of
NWi of NEi, the Ni of NEi of
NWi of NEi, the SWi of NEi
of NWi of NEi. Sec. 33. T. 21 N.
R. 7 E., except two strips de
scribed as follows: (First strip)
Beginning at a point 25 chains
east of the southwest corner of
Sec. 28, T. 21 N.. R. 7 E.; 'ex
tending thence 15 feet on each
side of a line running S. 27 degs.
E. 22.44 chains to the place
where the end of the strip closes
on the boundary line of the tract.
(Second strip) Beginning at a
point 24.73 chains east of the
southwest corner of Sec 28, T.
::IN., R. 7E.; extending thence
15 feet on each side of a line run
ning S. 16 degs. 30 minutes E.
19.36 chains; thence S. 20 'degs.
W. 2 chains to the place where
the end of the strip closes on the
boundary line of "the tract listed.
The total net area is 100.51 acres.
Said tract was listed upon the
application of Vaclav J. Rosen, of
Flagstaff, Arizona; List 3-1818.
A tract of 19.96 acres within Sec.
4. T. 15 N., R. 12 E.. described by
metes and bounds as follows:
Beginning at corner No. I, a lime-
THE "GOOD PICKING" WILL. SOOi BE GOHE--BECAUSE THE
PRICE TEAPTTIOrt WE AOW OFFER WILL SOOrt AOVE OUT
OF OUR STORE Akk THAT REMIKS OF OUR VITTER STOCK.
THEREFORE, IF YOU WAtiT TO BE CERTM TO GET SOAE
YOU HD "BETTER
Julius Herman
stone marked
H-I, whence the
north quarter corner of Sec.
bears N. J9 chains; extending
thence S. 30 degs. 30 min. W. 17.59
chains; thence S. 57 (legs. 30 min.
W. 17.92 chains; thence S. 43 degs.
45 min. E. 10.27 chains; thence N
39 degs. 30 min. E. 27.02 chains;
thence N. II 28 chains to the
place of beginning. Said tract
was listed upon Vhe application of
Charles F. Quayle, of Winslow,
Arizona; List 5-1829. Approved
December 17, 1912. S. V. Proud
fit Assistant Commissioner of the
General Land Office. ListS3-i8oo.-
1814,-1818.
Feb. 7.
1829. January 17 to
Restoration to Entry of
National Forest
Lands in
Notice is hereby given that the
lands described below embracing
.62.60 acres, within the Coconino
National Forest, Arizona, will be
subject to settlement and entry
under the provisions of the home
stead laws of the United States and
the act of June 11, 1906, (34 Stat.
233) at the United States land office
at Phoenix. Arizona, on March 17,
1913. Any settler who was actually
and in good faith claiming any of
said lands for agricultural purposes
iorior to January 1, 1906, and has
not abandoned same, has a prefer-
the applications 01 the persons
mentioned below, who have a pref
erence right subject to the prior
right of any such settler, provided
such settler or applicant in quail
fied to make homestead entry and
the preference right is exercised
nrior to March 17, 1911, on which
mldatethe lands will be
subject to
I settlement and entry y any quaii-
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Ul OClI-1. Hit: OUI'4. Ul kjLi-4.lj.
NE1-4 of SE1-4, the SE1-4 of SWi
of NEi of SEi, the NWi of NEi
of SEi of SEi. the NJ of NWJ of
SEi of SEi. the SWi of NWi of
SEi of SEi, the NWi of SWi of
SEi of SEi. the SEi of NEi of
SWi of SE1-4. the SW1-4 of SE1-4
of SW1-4 of SE1-4, the SE1.4 of
SW1-4 of SWi-4 of SE1-4, and the
Eiof SE1-4 of SWi-4of SE1-4,
Sec. 6, T. 15 N., R. 11E., G. & S.
R. M.. containing 35 acres. Said
l iraci was lisieu uuun uic uulpin;tt
tfonnf W. F. Bawcom, Winslow,
Arizona; List 3-2088. A tract of
10.58 acres within Sec. 13, T. 21
N , R. 7E., described by metes and
bounds as follows; Beginning at
corner No. 1, a malpais rock
marked H-i, from which the north
west corner of Sec. 13, T. 21 N..
It. 7E,, bears west 50 links, ex
tending thence south 24.67 chains;
thence north 55 degs. 26 min. east,
8.21 chains; thence west 2.26
chains; thence north 20 chains;
thence west 4.50 chains to the place
of beginning. Said tract was
listed upon the application of C. A
Greenlaw Flagstaff, Arizona; List
-2ioo. A tract of 17.02 acres
within Sees. 33 and 34, T. 18N
R. 7E., described by metes and
bounds as follows: Beginning at
corner No. i, a malpais rock,
marked H-i, from which the south
east corner of section 33, T. 18N ,
R. 7E.. bears south 1 deg. 6 min.
east, 19.05 chains; extending
thence north 41 degs. west 10.70
chains; thence north 54 degs. west,
5.64 chains; thence north 70 degs,
west, 5.09 chains; thence north 12
degs. east, 2.97 chains; thence
north 88 degs. east, 13.20 chains;
thence south 33 degs., 30 min. E.
9.77 chains; thence south 46 degs.
THE CHJMCE TO BUY GOOD GOODS AT
ECOrtOAY LOW PRICES CAtUiOT kA$T LOrtG.
HURRY."
east
4-75
cha'ms; thence south 49
l.degs. west, 8 27
chains to the place
of beginning. Said tract was
listed upon the application of
Richard P. Mason, Flagstaff, Ari
zona: List 5-2101. Approved De-
cember 18, 1912. S. V. Proudfit,
Assistant Commissioner of the Gen
eral Land Office. Lists 3-2088,-2100,-2101.
Jan. 17 to Feb. 7.
Do you know that fully nine out
of every ten case of rheumatism
are simply rheumatism of the
muscles due to cold or damp or
chronic rheumatism, and require
no internal treatment whatever.
Apply Chamberlain's Liniment
freely and see how quickly it gives
relief. For sale by all dealers.
Adeertisement.
M. E. Church Services
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.;
morning worship, at 11 o'clock;
Epworth League, 6:30 p. m.;
evening worship, 7:30 o'clock,
Prayer meeting Bible study Wed
nesday, 7:30 p. m.
A cordial invitation is extended
to the public.
Robert E. Wright, Pastor.
C - O - F
BONNETTE BRAND
The
highest
crade coffee produced-
IHAT COFFEE TASTE
3 lb. can $1.25 2 lb.
Ranch, No. 1, whole or steel cut (a high
grade coffee at low price) 3 lbs., $1
To the Ladies of Flagstaff: Cut out this
Coupon and bring to our store, and receive
a solid Aluminum Thimble F - R - E - E
Aubineau
New Broadway Pool Hall
Will Be Opened About
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January 25th
,in the Weatherford Building
NEW Tables, NEW Fixtures, and a
Co sy Room
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;,A PLEASANT PLACE TO. SE.ENDJ'
YOUR SPARE TIME s
BEST CIGARS, TOBACCOS
AND CIGARETTES
Presbyterian Church
Services at the usual hours-next
Sabbath.
Sabbath school 9:45 a. m.
Morning worship 11 o'clock.
Evening worship 7:45 o'clock.
Time for evening service changed
from 7:30 to 7:45. Young peoples
mission study class at 7 p. m.
Bible study in the Rook of Job,
Tuesday evenings 7:30 at the
manse. Prayer meetings every Wednes
day evening. 7:30
Strangers and' visitors always
welcome.
C. A. Foreman, Pastor.
Hints For Housekeepers
Keep Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound always on hand, and
you can quickly head off a cold by
its prompt use. It contains no
opiates, heals and soothes the in
flamed air passages, stops the
cough, and may save a big doctors'
bill. In the yellow package.
Will Marlar Pharmacy. Advertise
ment. - F - E - E
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