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5wi rf S. V.. ( j aag&&& '' 'lixF, A -9 -r- I -7 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1912 THE COCONINO SUN PAGE SEVEN TSWM8IS$W vHvm'Kiincbjx&smattf&i!&tir ' flwswFKiBMwai iisaSHesJ"is(itriSi TT"rg?!3fWMg!W-;. ,rrtrj-J,HeM t V f 33?.. 1 t ' $W ' I ' "' 4; .1 i, sm. mm I ;-. m Lw i iv ' SI1 s "'Sal?' LOCAL BREVITIES , If U need a heater see the Au vbineau Bros, Mr. Elijah Lay was in from his "ranch at Sedona Friday. J-r. t. VJ. IXUUHSCVIIIC Ul VTll- ,liams was a visitor in Flagstaff 'Tuesday. Harry Melborne, the Canyon Diablo wool gatherer, was in the jcity Tuesday. Colb Wolfe, the veteran cow iman, of Williams, was in Flag staff Tuesday. State fair visitors will com mence stringing out southward from now on. Attorney Frank Cox of Phoenix came.up Saturday to look over the -beef on his range south. James Pitt, the Phoenix stock man was in the city this week, looking up the cattle business. Steam heating a special feature and done in the 'latest approved methods. See Wilson & Coffin. District Attorney C. B. Wilson was in Phoenix this week attend ing the session of the supreme court. The Confection Den is rapidly becoming a popular place for noon business lunch and hot drinks. Loyal Order of Moose will give their first annual masquerade ball tonight at the Majestic theatre. John L. Thomas was up from . Oak Creek to assist in the proving up on the J. L. V. Thomas ' homestead. Wood and Coal. Now is the time to get your winter supply. It will pay you to see Wm. Bee son, phono 3. Mr. Early, special sgent of the Indian service, came in from Tuba Saturday and left Sunday evening for Phoenix. J. D. Brown, one of the wise men of the cow business, was in Flagstaff from his Ash Fork range Tuesday. Wm. Donelson, one of the old Hassayampa cowmen of the coun try,' n6w"refired, was in Flagstaff this week from Williams. Fred Reno, one of the prize logging camp foreman of the Sagi naw Lumber company, was in the city from Bellemont Saturday. Tom Moloney of Flagstaff, one , the best known citizens of the northern town, is a guest at the Commercial. Phoenix Gazette. Fletcher Bly was in from his , blat range north of Bellemont Monday. He says there is plenty of range and water in that section. Paul Aubineau will ship his motor cycle to Phoenix next week, follow it down by rail, then , do tourist stunts among the south ern cities after seeing the fair. A. C. Scholes a Los Angeles vocal teacher is in Flagstaff for the winter and will accept a limited number of pupils. Call at the Morse residence on Beaver st. Phone 139 Sept 27-4t John McWilliams, formerly of Maine, has purchased George Mc Cormick's half interest in the Walker & McCormick saloon at Bellemont, and is now a resident of that thriving lumber center. The Will Marlar Pharmacy had two lively little aligators last week which were sent them from Eustice, Florida. One of them failed to appreciate our climate and died. The other is a lively little prospective pocketbook. s "Dr." W. Y. Hunter, "Dr." Joe Wilson, the wholesale drug peddler, Dr. Schurman and J. C. Blake left Tuesday morning with an armful of guns each for a sec tion of the country where the earth tips to the south, intending to return with squirrels and other such timid game Wednesday. Here is a woman who speaks from personal knowledge and long experience, viz., Mrs. P. H. Brogan, of Wilson, Pa., who says, "I know from experience that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is tar superior to any other. For croup there is nothing that excels it." For sale y all dealers. First Arizona State Fair, Mr. J. T. Moore and family leave this week for Mesa to spend the winter. L. 0. Vandeventer, the Santa Fe oil pumper, returned yester day from a trip to Missouri. Miss Lutie Paxton left Wednes day evening for Tulare, California, where she will spend the winter. Hair dressing, manicurring, switches made from combings. Mrs. T. S. Moloney, Hotel Weath erford. Mrs. Eva Marshall, postmis tress, will leave Monday for Phoe nix to attend the meeting of the Arizona postmasters' association. This is to remind you all kinds of chicken feed, poultry supplies, feed for that milch cow, hay and grain delivered on short notice. Wm. Beeson. Phone 3. Dr. and Mrs. Mullikan were in in from Tuba this week. Dr. Mullikan has transferred to the Truxton Canyon Indian reserva tion. Carl J. Walters, cashier of the Citizens Bank, was blessed with a big baby boy Wednesday, making number two in his happy house hold. Rev. Bertram R. Cocks of Phoenix, will hold Episcopal ser vice at the Elks' hall Sunday morning in the absence of Rev. Meade. Mr. Arthur DeRiemer, assistant postmaster, left Wednesday for Phoenix, where he will take the examination for admission to the Arizona bar. , Tom Wagner and Tom Phelan returned Sunday from Long Val ley, where they went with a wagon load of supplies for the govern ment ranger station at that place. N. J. Ritter, the silent, morose sheep man, of Junction, was in Flagstaff this week to take over a band of ewes purchased of Har low Yaeger. Dick Bongberg received this week a brand new $75 tenor valve trombone from the Cohn factory and will help the Skylight City band make music the coming seaspn. Ex-Senator W. A. Clark, owner of the United Verde mine, went through Flagstaff Monday in his private car on his way to Jerome. He just returned from a trip to Europe. Newt Shaffer, general manager of Babbitt's fruit and vegetable department, is a window decora tor of no mean ability. His win dows, when he takes the time, are a work of art. Roxy Dewell came home from Apache county Monday and left again this week for Morristown, Arizona, where he will ge,t ready for a grand shearing of sheep next January and February. Mrs. George Martini's mother, Mrs. Jane P. Rowe, and sister, Miss Rowe, are enjoying a visit to Flagstaff. Miss Rowe is on her way to England where she lives. Mrs. Rowe will visit for sometime with her daughter in Milton. In order to give those who failed to see him on the occasion of his recent visit an opportunity to do so, Dr. Baker, specialist on refraction of the eye, will return again to Flagstaff on Thursday and Friday, Oct. 31 and Nov. 1, at Hotel Weatherford. Hon. Ralph Cameron went through Flagstaff Tuesday on his way to California from the east. Mr. Cameron is positive in his be lief that Taft will be our next president, and that there is a re markable drift of sentiment to ward him in the eastern states. H. E. Archer, merchant of Westover, Ala., states "My boy had a severe attack of acute bron chitis, so severe he could not' get out of bed for a week. The first few doses of Foley's Honey and Tar relieved him and before we had -given him the contents of one bottle, .he was well. Foley's Honey and Tar Compond is kept continually in our house. It is perfectly safe and effective." Will Marlar Pharmacy. m RSI rfiv HH illlJISfl ,, w mx KEEPS THE "OUTSIDE" LOOKING RIGHT A LOAG TIME. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT PRICES. YOU GET THE LOW PRICE FROA US AT THE BEGIMIrtG OF THE SEj4S0A, WHErt YOU AEED CLOTHES. Mrs. C. B. Wilson and sister, Miss Mars, were entertained by friends in Williams yesterday. Mr. Geo. McDougall, wife and son went through Flagstaff yes ternay on their way home to Wil liams after visiting their old home in Michigan for a month. Mrs. C. 0. Robinson and daughter, Marjorie, left Wednes day for Williams. After a few days' visit there, she will go to Prescott, then to Phoenix to re main for the winter. A new shipment of snappy, up to date goods expected today and I will have a special sale of same. So if you are going to the Fair it will pay you to see them, as I can save you 25 per cent. Mrs. W. H. Power. Catcher Bliss and Fielder Ellis of the St. Louis Browns National league, were visitors in Flagstaff the past week. Mr. Ellis is a brother of Mrs. G. E. Triggs. They were on their way to the coast, and after a hunt left yes terday morning for Los Angeles. Wm. A. Allen, Chacon, N. Mex. writes: My wife had a cough that nearly choked her to death, the worst I ever saw. We tried everything we could think of but did her no good. By good luck I happened to get a bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar Compound and it helped her at once. It is the best cough medicine I ever heard of." Will Marlar Pharmacy. Miss Mars of Galesburg, 111., returned to Flagstaff this week and is the guest of her sister, Mrs. C. B. Wilson. Miss Mars has been spending the summer at Atlantic City and other points in the east. She expects to spend the winter at Phoenix. J. C. Ray, Winfield, Ala., says: "My father, T. . Ray suffered with kidney and bladder trouble so bad he had to use a catcher. Various kidney remedies were tried without result, and finally we gave him Foley Kidney Pills. In three days he could pass some water and on the fifth, no longer needed a catcher. He continued to use Foley Kidney Pills until entirely cured." Will Marlar Pharmacy. W. W. McNeff, the Phoenix life insurance man, came in yes terday morning from a trip to Atlantic Citv where he attended a meeting of insurance men. Mr. McNeff returns much enthused with the prospects for the election of Taft and says he is rapidly gaining votes from other com petitors in the presidential race, "it looks more and more like Taft every day, and that impres sion is gaining ground throughout the east." Fortunes in Faces There's often much truth in the saying "her face is her fortune," but its never said where pimples, skin eruptions, blotches, or other blemishes disfigure it. Impure blood is back of them all, and shows the need of Dr. King's New Life Pills. They promote health and beauty. Try them. 25 cents at Babbitt Bros. KM(PHr . YOU LAti BUYING YOUR SUIT Atib OVERCOAT FROA US. OUR PRICES Oti SUITS Atito OVERCOATS RAtidfL FR0A$15T0$20. EVErt AT THE LOVER FIGURE, THE OVERCOATS Atib SUITS VE SELL ARE RELIABLE. THE "WSIDES" OF OUR CLOTHES ARL PUT Irt RIGHT. THIS Julius Herman Charles Hamilton, who was, tried at Phoenix for bigamy, was cenvicted of the charge and re ceived a sentence of ten months, in the county jail. It is hard to tell whether this is a penalty or a reward. County Superintendent o f Schools N. G. Layton, County Road Superintendent W. H. An derson and General Superintend ent of Conveyances Charles A. Green returned Tuesday from a social and business trip to Fre donia. j Mr. K. G. Nackard and family are recent arrivals in Flagstaff. Mr. Nackard has leased the Geo. Babbitt building on Railroad Ave. and will open a ladies' and gents' furnishing store. A part of his goods have arrived and he is at , present arranging the interior of the building for occupancy. Sing Sing Pictures at The Lyric The Lyric theatre was packed last night to see the only moving pictures ever taken of the famous New York prison. These pictures are educational and strictly moral. Also a lot of good comedy films. They will be shown at The Lyric tonight for the last time. Every body should see them. Sunset Dairy Those desiring fresh milk and cream, can secure same at the Confection Den. Also leave your orders there. Prompt delivery. Saves Leg of Boy "it seemed that my 14-year old would have to lose his leg, on ac count of an ugly ulcer, caused by a bad bruise," wrote D. F. How ard, Aquone, N. C. "All remedies and doctors treatment failed till we tried Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and cured him with one box. Cures burnes, boils, skin erupt ions, piles. 25c at Babbitt Bros. Notice All persons haying claims of any kind for materials furnished or labor performed on the room ing house known as the "ideal," in Flagstaff, Arizona, will kindly present same to Eric Denver by the 30th instant. Eric Denver. Notice for Publication 04400 Department of the Interior, U. S, Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona, October 9th, 1912. NOTICE is hereby given that George Peterson, of Flagstaff, Arizona, who, on June 5th, 1908, made Homestead Entry, No. 04400, for Ni SW NJ SE. Section 6, Township 28 N, Range 6E, G. & S. R. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Robert J. Kidd, United States Commissioner, at Flagstaff, Arizona, on the 19th day of No vember, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: Elijah A. Baker, Hugh E. Campbell, Hugh Anderson, James Bauguess, all of Flagstaff, Ari zona. FRANK H. PARKER, n-nov.8 Register. oct, Phoenix,Oct. 28 MICE tiO M&TAKfl &Y ESTABLISHED 1887 The Arizona Central Bank FLAGSTAFF, KINGMAN Capital $100,000.00 Surplus $50,000.00 Deposits Over $900,000.00 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. WE TAKE CARE OF OUR CUSTOMERS T. E. POLLOCK, President IM 1 -J31 We heard of the place Where there's bargains galore, So we're running to Finley's Up to date store. Chairsl Chairsll Chairslll Got overloaded on chairs. We are dumping them overboard at un heard of prices. The CI i flit e had no stove at all, He ate his beef steak raw The Flagite has-a Charter Oak The best vou ever saw. F - l - N - L Raising and moving houses; jackscrews loaned at 5c per day. Herman Deitzman. 9-3 M. Proclamation of Election A general election is hereby called in the several precincts of Coconino county, State of Arizona, on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November, 1912, and the offices to be filled at such election are as follows, towit: One Representative in Congress. Three Presidential Electors. C. H. Brownell, Clerk Board of Supervisors. oct.io-nov.i I! 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, isi 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 priori 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 County, Arizona. Oct. 18-Dec. 15. ?3jMBiiojAtxyjw.y 4 cflgB SEi Going to the Fair? Say, the nicest thing in traveling is a new, nifty suit case. Ours show class and the price will please you. Our line of quilts and blankets are the best you will see. We sell them fast and cheap. When in doubt: go to - E - Y - ' - S J.J. COSTIGAN PIANO TEACHER Studio Babbitt Building, Second Floor M. M. ROZEN. Voc.l IRENE C. ROZEN. Pl.no Eastern School of Music South End of Heater St. BESSIE ROZEN Violin Jesse H. Baker Arizona's specialist on refraction of the eyes, will be at Hotel Weatherford, Flagstaff, Saturday and Thursday and Friday, Oct. 31 and Nov. 1. The same critical ex amination for the purpose of fitting glasses that you get from the most efficient in the cities. Get Dr. Baker to examine your eyes and fit your glasses and you get the best. COME TO THE HOTEL to Nov. 2 SStescsi IPflllc 'i ;r i . ..I' --j "VC fc illi iii i .. in fTiw iiijaufcpjBuwyiWiWMxww. fmmm YmmM$tmmim-v&T ttefe i.'jftirsasaAiWB-fc-1- ,! .!! xiSte.4 i"