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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1913
THE COCONINO SUN
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Purity in food, lower cost of living
these are the demands of the day.
Pure food is health, and health is economy
itself. We cannot have health without health
The most healthful foods are the quickly
raised flour foods biscuit, cake, muffins,
crusts and other pastry, when perfectly made
from wholesome ingredients.
Dr. PRICE'S baking powder makes these
foods in specially attractive, appetizing and
wholesome form, and for both economic and
hygienic reasons, such food should be more
largely substituted for meat in the daily diet.
But bear in mind that alum, or
unwholesome baking powder,
can never make pure, whole
Soon be house cleaning time.
George Babbitt was visiting in
Phoenix last week.
Colds seem to be exceedingly
numerous these days.
K. Gibbons of St. Johns was a
Plagstaff visitor this week.
Dr. H. H. Bloom was in Phoe
nix last week on business.
Louis Cohn of El Paso was in
the city the first of the week.
J. E. Jones was in Phoenix the
afirst otthe week on business-
J. S. Dunn of Philadelphia was
in town the first of the week.
A. Reber and wife were in from
their ranch home last Tuesday.
Soon we'll hear the twirl of
the baseball and the swish of the
Judge Edward M. Doe was in
Phoenix the latter part of last
Al Beasley and Paul Keller went
to Phoenix last week via the over
A. Wagner of Denver, Colo.,
made a "flying" visit to Flagstaff
Bert Cameron was among the
Flagstaff visitors at Phoenix last
Friday and Saturday.
Geo. W. Carpenter, of Toledo,
Ohio, was in Flagstaff the first of
the week on business.
Thos. A. Flynn, the attorney,
went to Phoenix last Tuesday
evening on legal bussiness.
Steam heating a special feature
and done in the latest approved
methods. See Wilson & Coffin
Clem Haguerud went out to the
new mill at Riordan the first of the
.week to do some carpenter work.
Deputy Sheriff t Dickinson re-
. turned the first of the week from
a short trip west on official busi-
1. W. Fetter returned the latter
pzut of last week from a few weeks'
visit with southern California rel
atives. Oswald Reuckert, who has been
working at the A. L. & T. box
factory, is laid up with a sprained
Rev. C. M. Ross of Winslow
was a visitor in Flagstaff last
Saturday, returning home in the
Chas. Morse returned last Mon
day morning from a month's visit
to California points. He likes
Flagstaff better now.
When given as soon as the
croupy cough appears Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy will ward
off an attack of croup and prevent
all danger and cause of anxiety.
Thousands of mothers use it suc
cessfully. Sold by all dealers.
L. S. Adams of Los Angeles
made our city a business visit last
Try the Broadway Tailor shop
for a new suit, cleaning, pressing
or reparing. Dec. 20 t f
James Smith of Ask Fork was
an arrival from the west last Sun
Hi P. Bradner of Santa Fe was
among the arrivals from the east
last Sunday evening.
Gus Peterson of Grand Canyon
was registered at the Commercial
the first of the week.
W. A. Campbell, the forest
service man, went to Phoenix
Wednesday night on business.
Harlow Wilson left yesterday
morning for Los Angeles and other
points on the coast for a couple of
II. Y. Hunter of the Hunter
Drug Co., went down to Tucson
one day last week on a business
trip, expecting to return today.
H. H. Dyer, of Phoenix, has
located in Flagstaff, having ar
rived the latter part of last week.
Mr. Dyer is a brother of Mrs.
Al Kinsey and family, who have
been spending a few days in town
with their friends and relatives,
left Wednesday morning for their
Miss Rose Skoning, who has
been visiting Miss Marcella Phe
lan for several days, left last
Wednesday evening for her home
in Chicago. Miss Skoning has
spent several months at Winslow.
Ray Lamport left yesterday
morning on No. 9 for Los Angeles
and other coast points, where he
will spend two or three weeks in
looking over the country and en
joying the cool sea breezes. He
promised not to let anybody hand
him a lemon while out there.
The Sun was handed an article
this week on the forest and public
land conservation methods. The
article is too lengthy for publica
tion, but the writer hits some very
vital points in conservation prac
tices and theories, and shows con
clusively that in order to conserve
the western lands' and forests
properly, one must become fa
miliar with the western conditions.
Eastern theorists may not find con
ditions congenial or practical to
their ideas. The problem will be
discussed later at length.
W. S. Skelton, a merchant at
Stanley, Ind. says he would not
take Jjoo.oo for the relief a single
box of Foley Ki'dney Pills gave
him. "I had a severe attack of
kidney trouble with sharp pains
through my back and could hardly
straighten up. A single box of
Foley Kidney Pills entirely re
lieved me." 1 Will Marlar Phar
PHONE I1EGTS OFFICERS
Denver, Col., Feb. 11. The
annual meeting of The Mountain
States Telephone and Telegraph
Company was held at the office of
the company this afternoon.
President Field presented his
annual report covering the oper
ations of the Mountain States
system, and the following directors
were elected for the ensuing year:
E. B. Field, Edward B. Field,
Jr., Philip Hamlin, Crawford
Hill, E. S. Kassler and L. C.
Phipps Jr., of Denver, A. V.
Hunter of Leadville, W. L. Gra
ham of Pueblo, W. S. McCormick
of Salt Lake City, and Theo. N.
Vail and U. N. Bethell of New
Nothing other than routine busi
ness was transacted at the- stock
holders' meeting. In presenting
the annual report President Field
called particular attention to the
fact that the figures given em
braced the transactions of the
entire system, noting that in the
past, figures given embodying the
transactions of the company as a
whole, had been misquoted as
covering the business done only in
one city or one state, whereas
they should have "been clearly
shown to cover operations in five
states. The report is given in
full in another column.
Immediately following the stock
holders' meeting the newly elected
directors met and chose the fol
E. B. Field, president.
Edw. B. Field, Jr., first vice
president and treasurer.
E. M. Burgess, vice president
and general manager.
Philip Hamlin, vice president.
J. E. McDonald, secretary.
Roderick Reid, general auditor.
This practically constitutes a
re-election of the former officers,
with the exception of the two vice
presidents created this year. Mr.
E. M. Burgess, formerly general
manager, continues that title, and
is made vice president in charge
of operation. Mr. Philip Hamlin
assistnat to the president, is
elected a director and made vice
president in charge of public re
lations. Both Messrs. Burgess and Ham
lin have long been identified with
the telephone industry of the west.
Mr. Burgess came to Colorado
from New York in 1881, and im
mediately entered the service of
the Colorado Telephone Company
serving respectively as manager
at Central City, chief inspector
Denver, general superintendent
and general manager, and on the
formation of the Mountain States
Company was elected general
manager of that corporation.
Mr. Hamlin is a more recent
arrival, coming to Colorado from
one of the eastern telephone com
panies in 1900, and having been
identified since that time with
President Field as special agent
and later as assistant to the pres
ident. The growth of the company is
responsible for the enlargement of
the authority of both these gentle
men in the action taken today.
J. W. Crawford, who .for the
past seventeen years has been con
nected with the White & Little
field Cattle Company of eastern
New Mexico, and who has had
charge of their beef ranch in Mon
tana for the past year, arrived in
Flagstaff this week from Phoenix,
where he was making some ne
gotiations'for stock. Mrs. Craw
ford is still in the southern city.
Mr. Crawford is a practical "cow
man," and knows the cow game
from A to Z, and is looking for a
location in this section of the
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pimples and eruptions disappear
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All kinds of tin work, first class
plumbing. Work done promptly.
Wilson & Coffin.
Mrs. S. S. S., Van Buren St.,
Kington, N. Y. (full name fur
nished on application had such
decided benefit from using Foley's
Honey & Tar compound that she
shares her godd fortune with oth
ers. She writes: "Foley's Honey
& Tar Compound brought my
voice back to me during a severe
case of bronchitis and laryngitis.
Oh, how man' people I have
recommended it to." Will Marlar
And woman-like, Eve did'nt care
The agony she caused Adam,
If he didn't want his old pants
He oughtn't let het had 'em.
W. T. Webb, Arizona's elec
toral vote messenger, received the
mileage of $642.75.
Sam Small, who established the
Phoenix Sun, was a visitor in that
city the first of the present week.
The recent strikes of ore in the
Oro Blanco district have been the
cause of renewed activity in that
During the last few months the
Arizona Teachers' association has
held several meetings and talked
over various propositions.
Douglas physicians wants all
the dogs of that city muzzled.
Several children have been bitten
recently by dogs with rabies.
Judge Ling ordered, the 5th,
a trial jury drawn for the next
jury session or term which will
begin Monday the 24th of Feb
ruary. Jt. Johns Herald.
Pensions for teachers and pro
fessors and putting the free text
books law in effect are among the
recommendations made by State
Superintendent C. O. Case to the
A delegation from the Ocotillo
club, the principal women's club
of Yuma, recently called on the
mayor and members of the city
council and demanded that Vuma
be made a cleaner city.
Governor Hunt issued only
seven pardons between February
14 and December 31, 1912, ac
cording to the report. No pardons
have been granted since. He is
sued 46 paroles, 147 commuta
tions of sentence, 5 reprieves, and
18 restorations to citizenship.
Here is a message of hope and
good cheer from Mrs. C. J. Mar
tin, Boone Mill, Va., who is the
mother of eighteen children. Mrs.
Martin was cured of stomach
trouble and constipation by Cham
berlain's Tablets after five years
of suffering, and now recommends
these tablets to the public. Sold
by all dealers. Advertisement.
Muffins can never be their best if made from lard and
soaked with grease.
Cottolcne muffins are light, dry and crisp, because Cottolcne
heats to a higher temperature than butter or lard, without burning,
TRY THIS RECIPE e'CF MUFFINS
l'i tablespoons melted Cottolcne
Vz cups milk 1 tablespoon sugar
3 cups sifted flour 1 scant teaspoon salt
1 egg 3 teaspoons baking powder
Sift baking powder and flour together;
add 'the Cottolcne, sugar, egg and milk
(use more or less milkaccording to flour).
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
The, Arizona Gentral Bank-
FLAGSTAFF AND KINCMAN. ARIZONA
At Close of Business February 4th, 1913. Condensed from Report
to the State Bank Comptroller
Loans and Discounts.. $ 925,496 61
Stocks, Socurities.etc. 93,183.64
Banking House and
Furniture & Fixtures 15,000.00
Other Real Estate.... 40,868 62
Current Expenses and
Taxes Paid '.. 34,731.28
Cash and Due from
Feb. 4, 1909. $ 669,286.94
Feb. 4, 1913 ....$1,204,997.90
C. C. Harvey, of the Arizona
Central Bank, is spending a couple
of weeks at Williams, assisting in
the bank there during the absence
of McDonald Robinson.
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Pollock
left the first of the week for San
Diego, where they will visit Mr.
Pollock's mother. They will visit
other coast points before return
ing to Flagstaff.
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona,
February 11th. 1913.
NOTICE is hereby given that
Jesus Quijada. of Williams, Ari
zona, who. on September 15th,
1908, made Homestead Entry No.
0877, for wj swj section 21, town
ship 21 n. range le, G. & S. R.
Meridian, has filed notice of in
tention to make Three Year Proof,
to establish claim to the land above
described, before Robert J. Kidd,
U.S. Commisaioner.at Flagstaff, Ari
zona, on the 19th day of March, 1913
Claimant names as witnesses:
Edward Hunter, David D. Smith.
William J. Parker, M. C. Smith,
all of Williams, Arizona.
FRANK H. PAKKER,
This is the season of the year
when mothers feel very much con
cerned over the frequent colds
contracted by therr children, and
have abundant reason for it as
every cold weakens the lungs,
lowers the vitality and paves the
way for the more serious disease
that so often follow. Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy is famous
for its cures, and is pleasant and
safe to take. For sale by all deal
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and in cooking forms a
which shuts out the fat
Coitolene cooked food
Cottolcne is much more eco
nomical than butter or lard.
Made only by
THE N. K. FAIRB
Capital, Paid Up $ 100,000.00
Undivided- Profits 33,518.80
Certified Checks 325.40
Cashier's Checks 630.66
Bank Deposits 49,827.63
Individual Deposits... 1,154,214.1:1
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 &
For a sprain you will find Cham
berlain's Liniment excellent. It
allays the pain, removes the sore
ness, and soon restores the parts
to a healthy condition. 25 and 50
cent bottles for sale by all dealers.
Report of the condition of Toe Citizens Hank
at Flagstaff, In tho State of Arizona, at the
close of business February 4lh, 1013.
Loans and discounts, less due from
directors. ., 3 438 M
OterdrafU. ........ . ..., 165 On
Other bonds, slocks, securities, etc .. 1.184 90
Hanking house, furniture and fixtures 18,000 00
Real Estate ..... . .,.. 8.200 CO
Currentexpenses and taxes paid 1,777 9!
hpecle 7 930P6
Legal tender and National
Hank notes . . Ii 484 00
Exchanges for Clearings.. SIS 74
Other cash Items - - - - 749 48
Due from State and National
Hanks, approed Keserve
Agents . 33 48J Si
Due from State and National
Hanks, not Keserve Agents 3 190 41
CO 383 01
Total. 3lt,l37 45
Capital stock paid In .1(0 00000
Undivided profits. I 8i 68
Individual deposits subject
to check JI88 118 SS
Salnp Deposits .. 3 149 59
Demand certificates of de
posit . . 2I 75
Time certificates or deposit. 67 TV5 88
Cashiers Checks outstanding 1100
858 254 77
Mil 137 4
State of Arizona. County of Coconino, ss.
I. M. I. Powers, cashier of the abo e named
bank, do KOlcmnl) swear that the above state
ment Is true to the best of mv knowledge and
belief M I POWEKS,
Subscribed and sworn to before me this llth
day of February. I9IA
16EAL GEO A. FLEMING.
My commission expires March 4, 1916.
Correct" attest J. C. POWERS.
C. J WALTERS,
E. C. POWERS,
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