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THE COCONINO SUN THURSDAY, JANUARY 80, 1908
1 'l ,
he (oconino im.
Kntered la the Postofflco at Flagstaff as second
class matter. '
Issued eTery Thursday. Subscription price
two dollar a tear. In advance. Eery paper
Is (topped at the expiration o( tho time paid for
Thursday,- January 30. 1908
Gludys Vanderbilt and lier count
arc married at last.
"Georgia1 is taking her med
icine," asserts the Florida Times
Union. Yes, just like Kansas, and
out of the same kind of bottles.
The young' man who thought ho
wollld have a proposal or two be
fore 'themiddle of January is now
beigriningvto suspect that there is
something wrong with his looks.
One ton of coal will give oft" 65.
000 feet of gas, so an expecrt says.
That, however, is small compared
with the output of one light-weight
King Alfonso is reported to be a
consumptive, but if he is eating
nine meals a day, as one writer
asserts, it must be consumption of
food that is wearing him out.
Because of its rather parched
surrounding territory, Chattanooga
has-been dubbed "Boozanooga,"
but Chatanodga isn't nt all sure the
names will Btick for any length of
An eastern contemporary says
"Keep your eye on Hughes," while
a western editor's advice is "Keep
yourveye on Johnson." and from
;,P8,, comes the word. "Keep your
' - -eyfcon Knox.1' Now what is a
man to do when he has only two
"Georgia" saya an exchange, "is
furnishing more m n to the navy
than any other state in the union."
They have doubtless concluded that
a life on the rolling deep i per
ferable to the water wagon on dry
Ouida, the authoress, died amid
squalor and poverty in Florence,'
Country Life Brings Happiness
The man who is the possessor of
a piece of land has the game in his
own hands. There is no promot
er or stock gambler who can jeo
pardize his investment. Where it
is purchased with judgment, land
is always worth the money paid for
it and it is bound to incrcas-; in val
ue. It can not be destioyed or car
ried away. It requires only indus
try to make it profitable and pro
ductive. It constitutes a source of
independence in any condition of
the money market and amid all the
mutations of 9peculntive enterpris
es. What a blessing it would have
been to this country if the vast
acres of the public land that have
been legislated away to railroad
corporations or parted with for a
song to alien land-owners, could
have been leserved for homesteads
for many of the people now crowd
ed into the large cities. Theie is
nothing so preservative of purity,
patriotism, and elevation of
thought as is the ownership of
country homes. There is much in
the very air, the wide expanse of
fields, the budding and unfolding
of nature, the waiting grain, the
meadow rich with grazing grasses',
the pasture lands with grazing
herds, that fills one with a larger
hope, higher aspirations, and a de
sire for the better life, than is pos
sible to obtain in the motley, rush
ing, restless, selfish, brutal tide of
a great city. The atmosphere of
the country home, mentally and
morally, is purer and brings
more real content and happiness'.
The home-makers, country and
town, make the best citizens; they
are the wealth producers and up
builders and protectors of the
Solomon expressed an opinion
that there was nothing new under
theun, but an Alabama newspaper
reporter has discovered that he will
be ''paid off five times during the
forthcoming February, which he
thinks is novel enough, if not
Senator Tillman insists upon
pronouncing' Senator Bacon's
private secretary's name "Buffalo''
His'' name is Boifouillet.MLand in
Ga.v where everybody knows him,
it is pronounced "Bullyfoot," from
Rabun1 Gap to Tybee Light. We
merely desire to set the South
Ctrolinaian right about it.
II it Joei llcoutet you lott el tmiVe
iaJmtytu money h reptlr. Vhr
not let rot tell yeu tteut Tiylct
cUiiyUTIu. tt UI ih yxir koI
tnxiUtt, art your time anJ four
ruoetr- Vritr or all on me.
TINNER and PLUMBER
Wool Growers, .Attention!
There will -be a meeting of the
Arizona Wool Growers' Association
at Phoenix, on Satuiday, February
T. E. Pollock, President.
F. W. Perkins, Secretary.
A good prescription
Tho S-v'ent i:icl;il Is enonli for u-
ual occasions. The fumlly bottlo (ISO
cent.-.) contains a supply for a year
AH druggist sell them
VJOUNTAIN L01(3i:,NO 1 K OPT.
Meets In I'.lkq H.Ulmi-n ilnt-ulny nluli
VMilriirtiilKlils nrcconium invluillii uti-ml
Jons .1 Wimi cuotv ( i
J. A. Wilson, IC of It .u.tl ami M or V
Jons .UltJl.ur, M. lit K
("OUKT COCONINO, NO KM, INUKt'KNU-
Mcrts Ki'imul nml lust Tiastii In ouch month
In Oild rVllonr's Mall Vlsltln. m.-mlii-rs in
vltdl to atti'iiil tlie Court nut tlinr
1. N 1 1 a i V I It.
It .7 IC I ll Itcvtntlin,'Serri lnr
P. Ij.IIeau Kln.uicl.il Secret irs
n-I.AGSTAPP t-OlKli:, No ltd), IIKN'HVO
t i.isr ask pitoircTivK oiiiiriitir kiks
Meet rer TuivtayiiiKhl In II V O K hill
corner Sun Pruntloui stri'i-l ami Aspen uw nue
Vlsltliitt brothers umll.illj InWtiil iniitteml
II A Camiiiiin r. IC
Dm K. S. Mll.l.Pii.Stirt'lnr)
pr.AosTAPP loikii:, no u,. o v.
Miets etr-ry Thurwlay nlKlil In IJIUV lliil
Visiting niemlierx lnltcil to utuiiil
(jKOIltIK Mautini. ,I V
A A Ilurros, Ititonler
J It. TiiKAr, Kliuncler.
pi.A(lSTAPP I.OIX1K NO 7. P A A M
lteitular meeting, on lint suunln nt cut I
month ul Klk'ft Hall Visltlni.' Iirethreii lot In n
N CI l,At"iiiN. W .M
K. S. Mll.I.EU, Sec
pLAOSTAPP LOIK1K.NO 11,1 O.O P
Meets eery Saturday nlk'ht In Odd tllllws
Hull Vlsltlnp members Imlted to ittuiul
Kikiaii Hash, N ;
J K. Jonls, Secretary
J, Unix an Treasurer
pLAOSTAJ'P AP.ItIK, Wi PltATUU.NAI.
Meets at Klki Hall, on tlrl and thin! Morula)
to each month, 8 !tu p m
JOSEPH K. HAltlt. Worthv President.
a A. III.AUK, Seiretar.
A1TOKNKY-AT- I.A S ,
Presrott - Arlr.on.i
Domestic and Havana
Fresh Fruits and Confectionery.
A mob of North Carolina negroes
lynched the proprietor of a negro
theatrical outfit because his show
did not come up to the advance
agent's promises. Theoretically,
this, idea may be sound, but its
general- adoption would soon put
the advance agent business all to
Not in Albuquerque alone, but
aho'in every part of the United
Sta'tes January has come to be the
dull month of the year in the mer
cantile business. And the reason
for this 'is apparent: The Ameri
can people, all over the country,
celebrate the Christmas hoi May
season in the same extravagant
way. by making presents of things
good, bad' and indifferent, to all of
their friends, and thus a very
largo pyrtiori, probably a majority,
of 'oilr pebple, "blow themselves in
far beyond what they can afford,
and then-have to economize during
January, even' to the extent in
many-cases-of denying themselves
things? which they' actually need,
to recoup 'themselves for what they
"fooled:aWay" at Christmas time.
You can buy something
called "coffee" at 10c lb
with 3000 miles of R R
freight from the roaster;
Younrticerttturni your raoncr If o don't
Mko Schilllof ' Beit: vte piy hlu
Why Suffer From Rheumatism?
Do you know that rheumatism
pains can be relieved? If you
doubt this just try one application
of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It
will make rest a great d .'al to any
one afflicted with rheumatism. For
sale by all dealers.
Will repair your old shoes'
and make tnem good as
new. Prices reasonable.
The Price ol Peace
The terrible itching and smait
ing incudent to certain skin dis
eases, is almost instantly allayed
by applying Chamberlain's Salve.
Price, 25 cents. For asle by nil
and TnADC.MARKB promptly obtained I
Jl ouuntni Mir no f to W obtain PATENTS I
THAT PAY, Ad'rrtlMj tl.uu Utorouirhly. at our I
czptniv. atid htlii yuu tuHUntM. I
tfcnd nv-lel. photo or liU.U fur FRE r port I
on pttcnUullltr. to vtMV irarUce. SUR
PASSING nSrCRENCCS. l.rfrMUu.del
llook on rrnfllable fulfills w rll to
B03-B0B Soventh Street,
Not 1 in 1000 vho buy
Schilling's Best wants the
Your f rocr returns your mencx If you don't
like Schllllnf ' Celt; we pay him.
Anyone lendlnK nketrh and deicrlptlnn my
quickly uceruln our opinion free whether u
laTentlou It probably paientebie Coramun!c-
fatenu taken tbrmiuii llunn & to. recelTe
Intention It probably PaienlaUle
. uiaesi luzency lor Becunu,
lent free. Oldeit af-ency,
l.tnta t.hitn fhrrtiitf
tvirlalnntlce. without, charge. In the
A handiomely lltnitrated weekly. I freest clr.
cnlatlon ot auy aclentlOc Journal. Termi. IJ a
year! Jonrmonthl, U Soldbyall newidealera.
MUNpCo.36,B'"d New York
Braurfi Office. OiVSU Wublnmon. U. C
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CAPITAL - -SURPLUS,
T. E. POLLOCK, President
T. J. POLLOCK, Vice President C. O. ROBINSON, Cashier
Transacts a General Banking business. Sells Drafts on
all Foreign Countries. Collections a specialty. Interest paid on
time deposits. Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent.
,,... Flagstaff. Williams. Kingman; Arizen?.
T. C. Pcilliam
LIFE AND FIRE
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH
ME FOR SALE OR RENT
, r. a. uoniAf. rtr.i'it
Ft l, ASSfW,, r,f.m-ri, ,
M I, HIVtPAN.SrcreiMTT '
LUMBER AND TIMBER
Native Pine Lumber;
Sash and Doors.'
S, BARRON, .
' MERCHANT TAILOR,
San Francisco St.
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"xxxj: coff k t hums:
properly blended fully
roasted. You will like the
appetizing aroma of
1 -hiin s XXXX Coffee
The aii -tight, full-weight packages and the glazingt .
of pure suar keep this coffee clean fresh
entirely free from dust and dirt
McLaughlin's XXXX Coffee sold by
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