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T'., wr.1i' J?...TK VTJ $?; - - ost a:'- v..j r,-, 7 i '" ttvV' " hiu .. ."Ktv: TST'l5 S 71., "I, ' PAGE TWO THE COCONINO SUN FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1912 . 3&W!&JM ;, ;-wf I; &- 1 4 ". r.V- - EJ '1 PttlfF Jt JnLJIVJEi CREAM BAKING POWDER A pure, healthful, Cream of Tartar Baking Powder When buying an article of food you -are entitled to know exactly what you are buying its quality and ingredients. If this information is refused don't buy it. Some of the low grade baking powders are advertised, but the ingredients of the powders are scrupulously concealed. A housekeeper would not use a baking pow der containing alum if she knew it. It is well when buying to examine the label on the can. Unless it shows the ingredient cream of tartar, don't buy it. Dr. Price's baking powder is abso lutely free from alum. GAMP VERDE HOLDS SECOND ANNUAL FAIR Enterprising Citizens of Verde Valley Hold a Most Successful Local Fair Fair la Growing Each Year Camp Verde has inaugurated an" annual fair which is attracting attention in both Coconino and Yavapai counties. There was an attendance this year of over 500 people, and when it is known that the fair grounds are some fifty or sixty miles off a railroad, that number of people is a big crowd. There was plenty to eat and everyone was out for a good time. From all reports they certainly had it. Mr. L. L. Bates, superintend ent of the Prescott dry farm station, was present and shipped a ton of different varieties of produce to the Phoenix fair. The ball game between the married men and single men was a most exciting affair, resulting in the single men walloping the married men by a score of 26 to 23. ItASKET BALL GAME Among other amusements that were enjoyed at the fair was the basket ball game between the Middle Verde school girls and the Camp Verde school girls. The game was rather one sided be . cause most of the Camp Verde ( girls were larger than the other girls, but still both teams played tcytlie best of their ability. An other point in favor of Camp Verde was that some of the team had played in match games be- fore and were not nervous, and then they were playing on their own ground. At the end of the first half Camp. Verde was in the lead by a score ol 26 to o. After a ten minute rest the players were back on the field with three sub- - stitutes in the Middle Verde line ,up. By Middle Verde having fresh players Camp Verde was not able to score so many points in the last half as in the first and the game ended with the, score 37 to o. The Middle Verde players were: Boren, Capt.; Smith, Baker, Bo ren, Bochat, Ralston; substitutes: Martin, Smith and Spear. ' Camp Verde players were: Harbeson, Capt.; McDonald, Goswick, Van Deren, McDonald; Axton, Fred ericks, substitutes. POULTRY EXHIBITS Rhode Islands Reds, L. P. Buston. Silver Lace Wyandottes, C. C. .. Calloway. White Leghorns," E. W. Mon- - roe. Brown Leghorns, Mrs. George Reed. Buff Orpingtons, E. M. Mul holland. Barred Rocks, R. Thompson. Bronze Turkeys, Mrs. Gran ville Fain. Ducks, Mrs. Granville Fain. SPORTS Free for all horse race Benj. McDonald, 1st money; Fred Mickle, 2d. Saddle horse race F. T. Dicki son, 1st money; Ralph Marshall, second.) Cow horse race Wm. Goswick, 1st money; Frank Wingfield, 2d. Relay race E. Willard, 1st money; Ab Fain, 2d. APPLES Best lA doz., E. W. Monroe. Best collection, C. B. Coulsen. PEACHES Best Y doz., C. D. Willard. Best collection, M. L. Osborn. PEARS Best Yi doz., C. D. Willard. . Best collection, C. D. Willard. Best collection, Robt. Finnic. CANNED FRUIT Best collection, Mrs. D. W. Wingfield. VEGETABLES Largest squash, A. C. Tilson. Largest head cabbage, Edw. Bochat. Best XA bushel Irish potatoes, Wm. McMahon. Best Y bushel sweet potatoes, Omer Maxwell. Best collection, M. L. Osborn. Best pound of butter, Mrs. L. B. Godard. HAY AND GRAIN Best dozen ears of corn, Fred Atkinson. Best dozen stalks of corn, C. H. Harbeson. Best Y bushel of wheat, E. W. Monroe.' Best Y bushel of oats, William Godard Best Y bushel barley, C. H. Harbeson. Best collection, Wm. Godard. LIVE STOCK Best span of work mules, R. Thompson. Best span of work horses, C. B. Coulson. Best all purpose colt, Lew Maxwell. Best milch cow, L. B. Godard. Best hog, Wm. Godard. Best mare colt, W. G. Wing field. Best Decapo colt, Robt. Hop per. Best Cochise colt, D. Wing field. Second best Cochise colt, W. G. Wingfield. Remorse is when conscience insists on the last word. A Remedy Benham He called me a driv eling idiot. Mrs. Benham Well, don't drivel. His Example Teacher Bobby, give me an example of the word damper." Bobby (after a moment's thought Paw says maw is too damperticular about his feet bein' wiped. Boston Transcript. Voice of Protest He What in blue blazes ails those confounded cats tonight? I never heard them yell in such a blood-curdling way. She Maybe somebody has just told them about o-cent milk. Cleveland Plain Dealer. They Are All Alike What kind of a fountain pen is that you have?" "Don't know the make, but I call it the independent." "Why so?" "It doesn't care whether it works or not." Boston Tran script. Up to Date Farmer "Of course, you have a grudge against the octopus; I mean the railroads." "Yes," replied Farmer Corn tossel; "my principal grievance is that there ain't any of 'em run runnin within a mile or two of my place." Washington Star. Confusing "if we women had the vote, matters would be simplified." "I don't know," replied Miss Cayenne. "They might be more complex. When a man sent us candy and flowers we wouldn't know whether he was leading up to a proposal or merely elec tioneering." Washington Star. "There could be no better medi cine than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. My children were all sick with whooping cough. One of them was in bed, had a high fever and was coughing up blood. Our doctor gave them Chamber lain's Cough Remedy and the first dose eased them, and three bottles cured them," says Mrs. R. A. Donaldson, of Lexington, Miss. 1'or sale by all dealers. When a group of visitors was going through the county jail re cently a burly negro trusty was called to open doors and perform other similar duties lor the vis itors. "How do you like it in here?" one of them asked. "Like it? Lawd, if evah Ah gets out o' heah, I'll go so fer frum town it'll take $9 to sen' me a postal card." "It is a pleasure to tell you that Chamberlain's Cough Reme dy is the best cough remedy I have ever used," writes Mrs. Hugh Campbell, of Lavonia, Ga. I have used it with all my chil dren .and the results have been highly satisfactory." For sale by all dealers. Colonel Fairfax And you like chicken, Sam? Sam Gee! Ah certainly does, boss. Col. Fairfax And you get 'em once in a while? Sam Oh, sure, boss, Ah gets 'em. Col. Fairfax How do you get 'em, Sam? Sam Well, boss, you know dat ol' saying, "Love will find the way." Is your husband cross? An irritable, fault finding disposition is often due to a disordered stom ach. A man with good digestion is nearly always good natured. A great many have been perma nently cured of stomach trouble by taking Chamberlain's Tablets. For sale by all dealers. Basket Ball Teams South The Rah, Rah, Rah girls and Wow, Wow, Wow boys of the Normal basket ball teams left Monday morning for Phoenix and each team intends bringing back the scalps of another contestants at Phoenix and Tempe. Steam heating a special feature and done in the latest approved methods. See Wilson & Coffin, PRAISE FOR MH. TAFT EDITORIAL COMMENDATION OF HIS CHARACTER, HIS ACHICVE- MENTS AND HIS WISDOM. ALL SECTIONS REPRESENTED The President Eulogized Because He Is Wise, Honorable, Dignified, Courageous and Safe and HI Triumphant Re-election la Predicted. From every section of the country cornea editorial commendation of President Taft and of his administra tion. Quite a number of papers which, until recently, had remained independ ent, declared their conviction that only the continuance of present pel' ciea will ensure the stability and pros perity of the agricultural, industrial and financial Interest of the nation. The president is receiving credit for his courageous vetoes of free trade tariff bills, for his efforts to secure economical administration of the gov ernment and for his success In im proving social conditions through recommending and forcefully advo cating legislation. A page could welt be filled with extracts from editorial columns praiBlng the president, but the following will sufice: Friend of Old Soldiers. From the Clay Center, Kan., Republi can: " The old soldier vote should help to elect its friend, William Howard Taft, signer of the Sherwood Pen sion bill, and son of Grant's secre tary of war. Where Mr. Taft Stands. From the Wausau Record-Herald: Taft stands exactly where either of the great martyr presidents would have stood had they lived in his day and occupied his place. He stands for the constitution, for the courts, for the perpetuation of the tried and proved American institutions, for the principle of protection to American labor, just laws and their Impartial enforcement against rich and poor, high and low, alike. No president ever had higher Ideals, better comprehen sion of the intricacies of government, or more courage in presenting his con victions to the public. Now Outspoken for Taft. From the Clinton. 111., Journal: As the Journal up to this point In the campaign has exercised Its pre rogative of expressing disinterested comment upon Issues and candidates, so now, as an Independent newspaper, It feels that the time Is at hand and the opportunity Is ripe to declare Its policy on the Issues of the day. From now on until November 5, therefore, the Journal will contribute Its efforts to the success of the principles of the Republican platform and the re-election of William Howard Taft to the presidency. It Is convinced that on!y the continuance of present policies will Insure the stability and pros perity of the agricultural, Industrial and financial Interest of the nation, arid It trembles for the future at the thought of the havoc and ruin which the success either of the Democratic party or of the misnamed "Progres sive" party would mean. f Safe and Sound. From the Cassvlllej .Mo.. Republican: The country has "a man In the presi dential chair who can be relied in on to uphold the principals of protection and the other doctrines of the rlat form on which he was elected. Mr. Taft Is standing courageously for the principles In which he and his party believe. Four more years, of his ad ministration offers safe and sound protection to labor and to capital. Croquettes are likely to made with lard. Cottolene never greasy. Cottolene heats without burning, and forms a CROOU Cottolene is more healthful and economical than lard. It costs no more than lard. You use one-third less of Cottolene than of either butter or lard. The use of Cottolene is indispensible to good cooking, good health and true economy, try this recipe: -CROQUETTES- Chop fine any kind of cooked meat or fish. Moisten light meats with thick white sauce, equal amount, and dark meats with tomato or brown sauce made quite thick. Season with salt and pepper and onion juice if liked. When very cold, shape mixture into balls or cones; roll first in il ted bread crumbs, then beaten egg diluted with one tablespoon milk, then crumb again. Fry one minute In deep Cottolene. Drain on paper, and be sure the fat is hot for each fry ng. Serve plain or with sauce like that in the mixture, only thinner. Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBAXK COMPANY Ikf ap Wants your order ARIZONA SOFT LATH TO Drop us a line or call, telling us your wants, and we will gladly quote you prices. Having one ' of the most modern mills in the southwest enables us to furnish WELL MANUFACTURED LUMBER Spetial Rates to Contractors Capacity 100,000 feet daily Dignified ana Positive. From the Courier d'Alene, Idaho, , Press: , Compare the dignity, the tact, and , the positive stand taken by Mr. Taft ' with the bombastic acts and ut terances of his predecessor, and see , which measures up to the standard of ! a president and who has accomplished ' most for the country. Has Done Much for Labor. From the nitteOeld, W. V., Telegraph: ; The Taft administration can point , to a solid record of practical j achievements in laror legislation. The Safest Man In Sight. From the Petaluma, Cal.. Argus: By November It is likely that the common sense of the country will have found Itself so far as to see and say that, for the presidency. Mr. Taft Is the safes) man in sight. TALKING ABOUT STRAWS. The Billings (Mont.) Dally Gazette, which has been a strong Roosevelt pa per until recently, has come over to Taft, the editor giving his reasons for the change In a double-column article, declaring that he sees no hope for the success of the Third Term party, and is convinced that the cause of real re form can be best promoted by con tinuing the Republican party In power. The article particularly emphasizes the danger of bringing about adverse business conditions through a change In administration, and points out the steady advance which has been made under Republican policies. It is a most significant editorial, and as the Gazette is the most important paper in Montana, Its Influence upon the elec tion can hardly be measured. It is only another one of the innumerable signs that the Third Term party has col lapsed, that the country realizes the fight is between the Republican party and the Democratic party, and that no possible benefit could be derived from a change. be greasy if croquettes are to about 100 degrees higher than crisp crust which prevents the absorption of fat ber 1.(0. urn for anything in PINE LUMBER TIMBERS TO ARIZONA MEN Reasons why voters of the re publican, democratic, progressive, socialist and prohibition parties should vote yes on the woman suffrage amendment Nov. 5: i. Your party has a suffrage plank in state platform. 2. Simple justice to the women of Arizona who deserve equal consideration with the women of Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Wash ington, California and China. 3. Business. Arizona will receive thousands of columns of free and favorable advertising when it gives votes to women. It will then take a place with the six great states already free, and its name will continue to be ad vertised freely and favorably from year to year. To the voters who are inde pendent of party: As you value your independence and freedom of choice, give to the women of Arizona, now governed like children who never grow up, independance and freedom equal to your own. Women are voting now. Women in Arizona are sure to vote before long. Look pleasant, be generous and vote yes Nov. 5, 1912. Arizona Equal Suffrage Central Committee If U need a heater see the Au bineau Bros. ETTES Sweet and Nutritious With COTTOLENE IjotateOut the,rInstiori' butter or lard 1 f Rflr C t " r T iMr f' ifc i "vdflpTjSflE?; 1 ffl' ft iINSBbHi 1 '-ACTS ' '"$? Ert5".. ,W: iV a. I , v!iM-'uiiahs'wa,l'ww,''''lw'" " """