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Minutes of the
Pursuant to the adjournment taken Sept. 24th, 1912, the mayor
and common council of the town of Flagstaff met in the town hall
Monday, September 30th, 1012, at 8 p. m. Present: Mayor Treat,
Councilmen McGoniKle.Switzer and Yaeger, Clerk Fleming. Absent:
Councilmen Black, Suit and Wilson.
The council minutes of August 27th, September 12th and 24th
"were read and approved.
The following claims against the Town of Flagstaff were audited,
.allowed nnd the clerk instructed to issue warrants out of the proper
"funds in payment of same
"237 Bayless, W. C. Gen.
238 Fleming, Geo. A.
239 McNeil Co.
240 Flag. Elec. L. Co.
241 Coconino Sun
242 Spear, Frank
243 Keller, C. A.
244 Flag. Lbr. Mfg. Co.
245 Moun. Sts. Tel. Co.
246 Marshall, John
247 Fleming, Geo. A,
248 "
11 11
250 McConvill, Dan
251 Wiltse, Harry
252 Slattery, Thos. A.
253 Hanover Nat. Bank
254 Lamport, E. Ray
255 Spear, Frank
256 Moun. Sts. Tel. Co.
257 Lamport, E. Ray
258 W. U. Tel. Co.
259 Flag. Lbr. Mfg. Co.
260 Marlar Pharmacy
261 Babbitt Bros.
262 Aubineau Bros.
263 Hoyt Metal Co.
264 Black & Crawford
265 Black, C. A. & Bro.
266 Harrington, J. O.
267 Neptune Meter Co.
Total expenditures
The claim of John O. Harring
ton in the sum of S6, account of
justice fees for the month of June,
was allowed for $5.
The report of the town treas
urer, account monies on hand
, Sept. 30, 1912: water fund $3,
884.73, general fund $126.25, was
read and approved.
Mrs. Scott appeared before the
council, requesting the said coun
cil to take and distribute souvenir
pamphlets of Flagstaff and North
ern Arizona. Said pamphlets to
be furnished at a normal cost to
the town. Same was referred to
the finance committee.
Mr. David Babbitt appeared
before the council relative to the
securing of a water rate- for the
Commercial and Weatherford
hotels. Same was referred to the
water committee.
A petition from the citizens, re
questing that electric lights be
placed on San Francisco street
on the hill beyond the court house,
was presented and read. Same
was referred back to have the
proper parties fill in proper
names of streets for the aforesaid
The petition from the citizens
to the common council of the
town of Flagstaff, requesting the
council to place or have placed
a street light at and near the in
tersection of Dale avenue, and
Humphreys street. Motion made
and carried that the above peti
tion be granted and the lights be
placed at the intersection as
named above.
The following communication
was-presented and read:
To the Honorable Mayor and
Common Council of the Town of
Flagstaff, Greeting:
We, the undersigned, David
Statement of the Ownership, Man -
agement, Circulation, Etc.,
of The Coconino Sun, published
, . .
weekly at Flagstaff, Arizona, re-
quired by the Act of August
24, 1912.
Editor, managing editor, busi
ness manager, publisher, F. S.
Brecn, Flagstaff, Ariz.
F. S. Breen, sole owner, Flag
staff, Ariz.
Known bondholders, mortga-
gees, and other security holders,
holding 1 per cent
or more 01
total amount of bonds, mortgages,
or other securities: None.
F. S. Breen.
bworn to ana subscriDea oeiore
. .. 1 . f
me this 30th day of Sept., 1912.
(Seal) Dan J. Cronin,
County Recorder Coconino
Co., Arizona.
Town Council
salary, marshal, Scpt....$ 90 00
" clerk " 40.00
Supp. session laws t 55
contract, extra lights 125 35
contract, printing 35 00
street work, Sept ;' . 33600
Supp. to clerk, Sept 1 00
Lbr. street dept
phone ser. water dept. . . .
salarv water supt., Sept..
" "clerk
exp. freight paid
assg. Scott, water dept. ..
labor water dept., Sept. . .
70 48
1 75
125 00
65 00
4 42
6 25
22 50
39 00
" supp. W. dept 3 75
" com. pay. Flag, coupons, 5 66
" surveying W. dept. Sept. 40 50
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labor .. 8 50
Gen. phone ser. T. hall ".. 2 50
" surveying street dept 16 25
Water telegrams water " 1 05
" lumber, meter boxes 82 30
" supp. to clerk, Sept.. 1 50
" " to water dept. ".. 39 40
4 05
11 11 11 it 11 11
9 00
11 11 11 11 it 11
11 11 11 11 11 11
. . 1 00
Gen. justicefees, June 500
Water fifty meters 434 00
Babbitt, the owner of lots 13, 14,
15, 16, 17 and 18, block 55, of
the Town of Flagstaff, and Dr.
E. S. Miller and J. C. Brown, as
trustees of and for the Flagstaff
Episcopal Mission, 'the owners of
lots 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 and 24, of
said block 55, of the Town of
Flagstaff, do hereby petition your
honorable' body to vacate the
alley running north and south
between the properties here above
described, owned by said David
Babbitt and Dr. E. S. Miller and
J. C. Brown, trustees of and for
the Flagstaff Episcopal Mission,
respectively, the lots above de
scribed being all of the lots in
said block lying north of the
I alley, running east and west
through said block.
(Signed) David Baiuiitt,
(Signed) E. S. Millek,
(Signed) J. C. Brown,
Trustees of and for the Flagstaff
Episcopal Mission.
Moved and carred that the
above communication be referred
to the legal committee with full
power to act.
Moved and carried that the map
and profile of dam sites and pipe
line right of way be ordered filed
with the clerk for future ref
erence. The being no further business
the council adjourned until Mon
day, Oct. 7, at 8 o'clock p. m., to
sit as a board of equalization and
consider objections to the origi
nal assessment roll for the year
1912, and such other business as
might be legally brought before it.
J . R. Treat, Mayor
Town of Flagstaff.
Attest Geo. A. .Fleming,
Clerk Town of Flagstaff.
j F. A. Wootsey, a breakman at
J Jacksonville, Texas, says: "I was
(down with kidney trouble and
rheumatism so bad I could hardly
I get up, and had backache all the
j timei and was amost t;red of
1 living. I saw an ad of Foley
I Kidney Pills and after taking one
bottle I was better, and when I
had taken two more I was thor-
ioughly cured." rWill Marlar
; Pharmacy."
1 Notice to Taxpayers
1 The original assessment roll of
I the town of Flagstaff having been
ruiuI"cu uj luc a"i wcu. n.
Fleming, as required by law, the
common council of the town
Flagstaff will sit as a board
eaualization on Monday tvening
. Bt 8 0.ciock at the town hall to
equauze the same.
Geo. A. Fleming,
Town Clerk and ExOfficio
Assessor. o'ct.4-it
Robbers blew open
Phoenix last week.
a safe in
Governor W. C. McDonald of
New Mexico has accepted an in
vitation to attend the state fair at
Phoenix this month.
Jose Valdenegro, a Mexican
about 27 years of age, is being
held at Augua Prieta across the
international line, found to be
afflicted with leprosy.
A conference of supervisors of
the state has been suggested to
be held at Phoenix fair week, for
the purpose of discussing matters
of general interest, including the
state highway problem.
Joseph L. Marr died at Portland,
Me., September 6. Mr. Marr was
a pioneer cattleman of Verde, and
had gone on a visit to his old
eastern home when death claimed
him. He had been a resident of
the Verde Valley for over twenty
One of the three prison cars
maintained by the Southern Pacific
for transporting state and federal
prisoners will be in Tucson Oc
tober 6 to take to Phoehix for trial
iri the federal court the United
States prisoners confined in the
Pima county jail.
Another honor" man from the
convict camp in the Pinal moun
tains, near .Globe, where all of
the convicts are in camp without
guards, is being sought by offi
cers. He is a negro named Victor
Cox, said to have been sent to
the state prison from Tucson for
burglary. He was a recent ar
rival at the "honor" camp.
"College night," the biggest
night of the year at the University
of Arizona will occur some time
during the latter part of this week.
It is the night of big welcome at
the University. The old students
get together for a renewal of
acquaintances, and the new ones
meet each other and the old ones,
too. Speeches, a bonfire, yelling
and a general good time is the
Throughout Arizona the idea
originated by Dr. Looney, state
health officer, to bring eighty head
of elk into Arizona from the Yellow
stone park is receiving the at
tention of the B. P. O. E. Charles
K. Pishop, a well known traveling
salesman, who is at the Dominion,
is sounding the Elks of the state
on the proposition and he finds
that every member is heartly in
favor of the plan.
Tucson will have a busy time
from October 17 to 19 inclusive.
For great events will take place
during those dates. The Scottish
Rite-Masons will be here for their
convention, the Arizona Bankers'
association will meet October 18
and 19, the merchants' excursion
from El Paso will arrive Friday,
October 18, and the . Southern
Arizona Fair association will hold
full sway on the three days, Octo
ber 17, 18 and 19.
When you have a bad cold you
want the best medicine obtainable
so as to cure it with as little delay
as possible. Here is a druggist's
opinion: 1 nave soia unamoer
lain's Cough Remedy for fifteen
years," says Enos Lolar of Sara
toga, iiiu., iiuu uunsiuci 11 m-
best on the market." lor sale by
all dealers.
To the Insuring Public
Please take notice that policies
numbered 1003754 to 1003775, of
the Security Insurance Company,
of New Haven, Conn., were de
livered to L. W. Quinlan, as
agent for the company at Flag
staff, Arizona, and that the said
policies have been lost or stolen;
and the company hereby gives
notice that it will not be held
liable for claim for any loss or
damage which might pecur under
said policies. You will confer a
favor by reporting any information
relative to said policies to the
office of Edward E. Potter & Sons,
General Agents, San Francisco,
California. sep.27-3t
Notice for Publication
04897 ' -
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona,
September 12, 1912.
NOTICE is hereby given that
Richard Ira Owenby, of Sedona,
Arizona, who, on June Cth, 1908,
made Homestead Application No.
04897,for 60 acres, Lot 1 and WJ NEJ
NWi. Section 19, Township 17, N.,
Range 6 E.. G &S R. Meridian,
has filed notice of intention to
make Final Proof, to establish
claim to the land above described
before Robert J. Kidd, U. S. Com
missioner, at Flagstaff, Arizona,
on the 23d day of October, 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses:
John Clark, Wright Clark, Wil
liam W. Clift, Frank Waldrup, all
of Sedona, Arizona.
se; .20-oct.l8 Register.
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona,
September 12, 1912.
NOTICE is hereby given that
John L. V. Thomas, of Flagstaff,
Arizona, who, on July 15, 1908,
made Homestead Entry No. 0139,
for WJ of lot 3. and EJ Lot 4, EJ
SWi NWJ, Section 4, Township 18
N..R.6B, of G. & S. It. Meri
dian, has filed notice of intention
to make Final Three Year Proof,
to establish claim to the land above
described, before Robert J. Kidd,
U. S. Commissioner, at Flagstaff,
Arizona, on the 21st day of Octo
ber, 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses:
C. A. Keller, Fred S. Breen. J.
E. Purtv man, John L. Thomas, all of
Flagstaff, Arizona.
sept.20-oct.18 Register.
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior. U. S.
Land Office at Phoenix. Arizona,
September 12, 1912.
NOTICE is hereby given that
William J. Price, of Sedona, Ari
zona, who, on March 27. 1909, made
homestead application No. OMOO.for
the SEi SEi SEi. SJ NEi SEi SEi,
Sec. 13. Tp. 18 N.. R. 7 E. Si
Si SWi, SJ NJ SJ SWJ. Sec. 18;
NWi, NEi SEi NWi, NEi SEi
SEi NWi, Wi NWi SWi NEi,
Ni SWi SWi NEi, SEi SWi SWi
NEi, Si SEi SWi NEi, Ni NEi
NWi SEi, NEi NWi NWi SEi,
Sec. 19, Tp. 18 N.. H. 8 E., G. &
S. R. M., has filed notice of inten
tion to make Final Five Year
Proof, to establish claim to the
land above described before
Robert J. Kidd, U. S. Com
missioner, at Flagstaff, Arizona,
on the 22d day of October, 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Dorsey E. Schnebly, Harley C.
Price, Charles O'Dell, John toy,
all of Fliigstaff. Arizona.
sep.20-oct.18 Register.
Shelihorn Lady Suffered a Great
Deal, But Is All Right Now.
Shelihorn, Ala. In a letter from this
place, Mrs. Carrie May says: "A short
time ago, I commenced to have weak
spells and headaches. I felt bad all
tho time, and soon grow so bad I
couldn't stay up. I thought I would die.
At last my husband got me a bottlo
of Cardul, and It helped me; so he got
some more. After I had taken tho
second bottlo, I was entirely well.
I wish every lady, suffering from
womanly trouble, would try Cardul.
It Is the best medicine I know of. It
did me more good than anything I over
Cardul Is a woman's tonic a
strengthening medicine for women,
made from Ingredients that act spe
cifically on the womanly organs, and
thus help to build up the womanly con
stitution to glowing good health.
As a remedy for woman's ills, it has
a successful record of over BO years.
Your druggist sells it Please try it
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