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THE COCONINO SUN
FRIDAY. FERRUAKY 14, 1913 '-
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,' A NEW LINE OF
Linen Writing Pads
ALL KINDS and PRICES
ALO SIZES TO SUIT
Will Marlar Pharmacy
'" Al Satiford went down to Selig
frhan the first of the week on liusi-
The San Francisco peaks are
' white this week with a good heavy
I W. B. Parks of St. Johns was
' ,in town Monday of this week on
I Edward Babbitt .left Thursday
morning for Phoenix on a short
I C. B. Wilson left yesterday
fmorning for Phoenix on important
i H. L. Lambert of Winslow was
"seeing the sights" at Flagstaff
the first of the week.
' Edward M. Brown and wife are
spending a couple of weeks in
Los Angeles and other coast
i Mrs. M'. Hewett, the postum
demonstrator, of El Paso, was in
'town the first of the week at the
grucery uepuruuem ui uuumu
Last week an error crept into
jfThe Sun despite a repeated effort
rto head it off. The reporter said
jthat Mrs. David Tate had gone to
?Los Angeles to visit her sister.
.Mrs. Tate and two daughters are
'spending a month in Los Angeles,
"visiting friends and not her sister,
the latter being in the east.
Joe Amundsen was in the city
from Williams yesterday.
W. H. Switzer; Thos. A. Flynn
and Edward M. Doe went down to
Phoenix this week where they
were summoned before the county
division committee of the legisla
ture. Deputy Sheriff George Patten of
Williams returned Wednesday
morning from that point with
George Ruffner, who had a pre
liminary hearing before justice of
the peace at that place.
Friday today is admission
day. The state is one year old.
Despite the cry 'of the east that
we were not capable of self-government,
we have all survived the
ordeal for one year, anyway.
There is no better medicine made
for colds than Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. It acts on
nature's plan, relievos the lungs,
opens the secretions, aids expec
toration; and restores the system
to a healthy condition. For sale
by all dealers. Advertisement.
When Burton Holmes recently
gave his celebrated travelogue on
"Panama", at Orchestra Mall,
Chicago, he was seriously inter
rupted by continual coughing of
audience. No one annoys will
ingly and if people with coughs,
colds, hoarseness and tickling in
throat would use Fo'ey's Honey &
Tar Compound, they could quickly
cure their coughs and colds and
avoid this annoyance. Will Mar
lar Pharmacy. Advertisement.
Ladies Home Journal and Wo
man's Home Companion at B.
Hock's. Sept. 20 fi
Frank Smakel left yesterday
morning for Phoenix sv'here he will
spend two or three weeks, recov
ering 'from a severe attack of
quinsy. The damp atmosphere
of the past two weeks has militated
The office saloon is. growing
this week. A carpenter is at work
enlarging the departments for
storing, the liquid refreshments,
which will be an , improvement
facilitating the handling of case
goods, etc., John Wester is busy
with the work.
Conductors. L. Miller, Norfolk,
Nebr. on Bonesteel Division of C.
& N. W. Ry. Co., recommends
Foley Kidney Pills and says: "I
have used Foley Kidney Pills with
very satisfactory results and en
dorse their use for any one afflicted
with kidney trouble. They are all
right." Will Marlar Pharmacy.
Ileport of the condition of The Arizona
Central Hank at Flagstaff. In tho Smte
of Arizona, at the close of business Feb
ruary 1, 1913.
Loans and Discounts, less due from
Directors tOI3,ai9 35
Overdrafts I1.M" S9
Other Bonds, Slocks, Securities, Ktc 83.1M CI
Ilnnltlns house, furnlturoand fixtures 15,00) in)
Iteul Estate 40.NW 82
Current Expenses and Taxes I'.ild .. 31,731 VM
Specie . . SWU7 HS
Leual Tender und National
Hank Notes 37,403 00
Exchanges for Clearing 11,133 13
Other cash Items .". 157 fi5
Due from State and National
Hanks, Approved Heservo
Atrcnts ... 1K,M SO
Due from State and National
Hanks, not Hcserve Agents 16,808 W 27UJM M
Total tl,388,5B 70
Capital stock paid In XtuO.OUU 01
Surplus, .. M.ftW 00
Undivided profits 33,MR 8)
Individual deposits subject
to check , "I9.W3 11
Demand ccrtlticates of de
posit . 1.817 11
Time ccrtlllcatcs of deposlt.J29.813 C9
Certified Checks s 10 -
Cashier's checks outswnJ.
lnif 630 66
Duo State and National
Hanks ..'J,K7 63 1J0I.W7 Wi
Totol .. ..I.38S.5I6 -6
Stalo nf Arizona, County of Coconino, ss.
I, J. I. Wilson, Cashier of the above named
bunk, do solemnly swear that the above
statement is true to the best of my knowledge
and belief. J. I. WILSON,
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th
day of February ,la13.
IRKAI, H. S. WILSON.
My commission expires June SI. 1916.
Correct Attest: T. K. POLLOCK.
II. II. WATKINS"
Clothes are too good a bargain
at any time to be neglected.
During this sale the prices we
are making give you so much
more for your money, and sale
will continue until
Saturday, Feby. 15th
NOTE THE FOLLOWING PRICES:
Suits to $14.00
Suits to 18.00
Suits to 22.50
Suits to 30.00
BOYS' SUITS ONLY A FEW
LEFT Sale price
$2.00 $2.75 $3.00
These are Extra Values
You can save money during this sale on prac
tically every article in our Clothing
and Furnishing Depts.
The mean temperature (or the
week ending Feb. 12th was 31
degrees being 1 degree above
normal. The, highest temperature
was ,43 degrees on the 6th and 10th
and the lowest was 14 degrees on
the 12th. There was 38 degrees
of precipitation in the form of
snow. The total precipitation for
February so far is 40 degrees,
which is 95 degrees below normal.
Six lobo wolves were rounded
up by W. N. Cook and Clarence
lackson and herded into a close
corral on the Cook ranch, at
Kirkland near Prescott. Two
were roped and strangled after
they were inside the enclosure and
the other four were shot.
Cook and Jackson scared up
the wolves on Scott mountain six
miles distant from Kirkland. Four
got away, after four hours diligent
effort they got the other six to
enter the corral.
This is the first time that a lobo
wolf "drive" has been successful
in this country. Gazette.
Notice to Creditors
Estate of W. T. Caliender, de
ceased. Notice is hereby given by the
undersigned special administrator
of the estate of W. T. Caliender,
decased, to the creditors ot and all
persons having claims against the
said deceased, to exhibit them,
with the necessary vouchers, within
four months after the first publica
tion of this notice to the said
special administrator at his office,
in Town of Flagstaff, Coconino
County, Arizona, the ame being
the place for the transaction of
the business of said estate, in said
County of Coconino.
C. B. Wilson,
Special administrator of the estate
of VV. T. Caliender, deceased.
Dated Flagstaff, this 3rd day of
Feb. A. D. 191 3. Feb. 7-14.
For Rent: The old Gleason
ranch. Address H. A. Goodwin,
Swansea, Ariz. Jan. 31.
Situation wanted as cook in
boardinir house, enrrm or ranch.
Apply at Sun office. Jan. 31 tf. .
Rooms to rent for light house-1
keeping. Apply to Mrs. B. Eng
land. Jan. 24tf. '
For Sai.f.. Six lots in good
location. Mrs. J. W. Bean, Wins
Found: Stick-pin, owner can
have same by proving property
and paying for this advertisement.
Found Rosary, ownermayhave
Same by proving property and
paying for this notice. Jan. 24-tf
Wantf.d: Girl for general
houseworkApply to J. C. Dolan
Flagstaff L. & Mfg. Co. Phone
For sewing and dress making,
apply to Mrs. W. C. Colcord,
Dutton residence on Milton road,
Phone 192. Jan. 24tf.
For Sale 8-room house on
south side; handy to F. L. M.
mill. Inquire for terms of C. B.
Wanted By middle aged white
woman situation as cook in city
and ranch work. Apply Matilda
Madden, Flagstaff. it.
For' Sale 12 lots 25x150 feet,
1 house cost over $1000 and other
buildings. Will sell for $1100.
A. S. Worthington Jan. iot3i.
For Sale Neat five room
house, with bath, close to business
district in Los Angeles, a bargain
to some one who wants a com
fertable home in Los Angeles.
Apply Sun Office.
For Sale Ranch 60 acres.
Large bungalow with bath, heat,
lighu and water. Stable and hen
nery. Pure stream of water runs
through property. C. B. Wilson,
Flagstaff, Arizona. May 31 t-f
For Sale 191 1 Five Passen
ger, 40 Horse Power Touring Car,
in best of condition, equipped
with bosch ignition, dual system,
Hartford shuck absorbers, presto
light tank, silk mohaire top, side
curtains, top boot wind shield and
speedometer. Price $800. J. G.
Verkamp. ' Feb. 14-tf.
UNION BARBER SHOP
Three Doors South of
FRANK, LESLIE, Proprietor
T. A. RIORDAN,' President
M. J. RIORDAN, Secretary
Lumber I Timber Company
ive Pine I
Piling, Ties, Lagging, Boxes,
Lath, Shingles, Sash
The Proof of the Pudding
is in the eating therepf. We have pud
dings and soups and j'ams and jellies,
pickles and kraut, canned goods of every
description, meats, the best to be had. In
fact, a most complete stock of
Staple and Fancy Groceries
We will be pleased to give you the best
service and the best goods at prices com
mensurate with quality of goods.
Black & Crawford
Phone 25 and You Will Get the Best on the Market
Thousands of Prescriptions
as to the confidence that physicians and the general
public have in our ability to serve them
We specialize on prescription compounding and keep
right up-to-date in equipment and methods. ,A better
stock of prescription drugs cannot be found anywhere.
You are insured QUALITY, ACCURACY and
MAY WE SERVE YOU?
We Give Mail Orders Prompt Attention
Hunter Drug Company
Curios Indian Jewelry Sundries
Wateror Irrigation sSSlH
all the water
or baying clentr of waterat all timei. Uses
you want as often at you want It. Drill your own wUa
on your ownland and lecure plenty of water free of chare
all the time. The f imoui Howell Well-Drilling Machine
are made In all tc aul table for drilling any else well to
any depth. You can alio make bis money drilling well
for your neighbor. The demand for welleli far great
man can t luppued by tue macnine now at work.
Writ today for our big free catalogue "A."
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