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THE COCONINO SUN
FRIDAY, OCTOBEU 11, 1912
Chickens I Chickens I
To make them lay, use the Poultry Food
that Marlar has. This food is guaranteed
! to produce ten per cent more eggs than you
are now getting. One trial is sufficient
Will Marlar Pharmacy
The Rexall Store
Phone 24 Free delivery
Harry Henderson was in Flag
Nic Baca and little son left
Monday evening for Albuquerque
to attend the state fair.
See Mrs. Moloney at Hotel
Weatherford for hair dressing and
Mr. M. I. Powers was in King
man the first of the week looking
after the branch of the Citizens
I was treated so nice, waited
on so corteously and am so well
pleased at Finleys new store, I
am going back.
: "Bar D" Jones has accumu
lated a new big automobile and
will soon be kicking dirt roads
C. O. Brainbridge and family
left Wednesday lor California.
He expects to locate near Ferris
if all goes well.
Thos. Wagner left Thursday
with 8ooo pounds of equipment
for a government experimental
station at Long valley.
iWm. 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.
Rev. Butler of Tolchaco was in
the citv the early part of the week
. If you have sheep or cattle for
sale a Sun advertisement will
bring you a buyer.
Mr. Goodfellow, who owns the
famous ranch on the Natural
Bridge in Tonto Basin, was in
this week on a supply trip.
R. C. Taylor's new bungalow
on west Birch avenue is assuming
shape and will make one more
fine residence on that popular
Mr. Quincy Reynolds, lumber
man in the forest service, left
Monday evening for Arkansas to
take charge of a number of hard
wood timber sales in that section
of the government.
Remember the entertainment
this evening at the Majestic
threatre given for the benefit of
the Episcopal church. The enter
tainment will be varied and will
be worth going to see.
Sheriff Joe Woods of Holbrook,
was in Flagstaff Tuesday snailing
witnesses tor the suprior court in
his county. Joe still continues to
believe that Navajo county is a
fair place to live and returned
Sick headache is caused by a
disordered stomach. Take Cham
berlain's Tablets and correct that
and the headaches will disappear.
For sale by all dealers.
Rev. Meade has been visiting
Oak Creek and Williams the past
Hair dressing in the latest
styles. See Mrs. Moloney at
Mr. D. H. Brenneman of VVick
enburg, a cousin of Baggageman
Brenneman, is visiting a few days
Hugh Anderson shipped sev
eral cars of cattle last night.
There were nine cars in all, about
half of which belonged to Mr.
The work of construction on
the Taylor residence in the west
part of town was delayed this
week on account of the inclement
Mrs. Elbert McLaren will leave
the first of the coming week for
Santa Ana, California, where she
will spend the winter, visiting
friends and relatives.
Judge E. M. Doe accidently
sprained his ankle in Babbitt
Bros, store yester'day. The injury
was painful and will lay him up
for a time.
Miss Lutie Paxton, instead of
going to California as she ex
pected went to Williams to as
sist there during the illness of
postmaster F. W. Smith. She
will go to Tulare, California, later
on a few month's visit to her
The man who foil from the hay
loft in the Jockey stables about
ten days ago, is still unable to
give any account of himself. The
injury seems to have been at the
base of the brain. The injury has
made him irrational with little
chance of his recovery. j j
H. M. Beatty, Little Rock, krk.
says: "For the past two yeari I
suffered with kidney trouble, had
severe pains across my back obd
over my hips that almost meant
death to me at times. I used sever
al well known kidney remedies;
but got no relies until I used
Foley Kidney Pills. Those L can
truthfully say made me a sound
and well man." Will Marlar
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Your health and your family's health
is most valuable.
Do not jeopardize it with inferior
grades of food, just because they hap
pen to cost less. They are the most
expensive in the end. Our Fall pur
chase of 191 2 pack of vegetables is in.
If gathered from your garden the very
day used, they would not look fresher or
be more appetizing.
Shop where your trade is always
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Pure Foods and Good
Iff THE STATE FUR
Tom Wills, of Florence, super
intendent of the broncho busting
contests at the. State Fair, has
issued the following relative to
prizes to be awarded and the
rules of the broncho busting game:
First prize, $150, silver trimmed,
silver mounted saddle.
Second prize, 60 in cash.
Third prize, 30 in cash.
Fourth prize, $10 in cash.
1. Each rider must bring his
2. Each rider must ride
3. No rider shall hobble his
4. No rider shall pull leather.
5. No rider shall ride on the
6. No rider shall ride with a
Rider losing stirrup will Jose
points on judging. Judging will
be on points of riders and horses.
Points will be counted from time
rider starts to mount until he
The Board of Law Examiners
for admission to the bar will hold
an examination in Phoenix on
Friday and Saturday, October 25
and 26, 1912, at the State house,
commencing at 8:30 o'clock a. m.
George J. Stoneman,
Secretary of the Board of
To Voters of Coconino County
The great register of Coconino
county will close promptly at 5
o'clock p. m., October 15th, 1912,
you can register before the fol
lowing officers: L. L. Ferrall,
Grand Canyon; James W. Jones,
Flagstaff; G. T. Wall, Flagstaff;
Soren C. Jensen, Fredonia, Geo.
W. Harben, Williams; P. J.
Mathers, Flagstaff; J. M. Keeling,
Tuba City; F. W. Volz, Canyon
Diablo. Recorder, Deputy Re
corder and all Justices of the
Dan J. Cronin,
Recorder, Coconino County, Arizona.
For Rent 3 room furnished
house. Apply to Mrs. B. Eng
For Rent 6 room rock bunga
low; furnished complete. Apply
Sun office. oct.4-tf
For Rent 3 room house, un
fournishcd on hill. Apply to E.
$5 Reward For old black horse
branded A L connected, left thigh.
Phillip Merrill. Oct 4 t-f
For Sale Good span of mules,
9 years old, weight 1000; price
$350. T. C. Frier. sep.27-4t
For Rent One three-room and
one four-room furnished bunga
low. Apply Sun office. sep.i3-tf
For Sale New iron bedsprings
and matress also a six hole range
almost new. Apply at Sun office.
For Sale 8-room house on
south side; handy to T. L. M.
mill. Inquire for terms of C. B.
For Sale five room house, fine
location, can be made into nine
rooms. Apply to John Donahue.
Sept 6 t-f
For Sale New five room house
9 lots located foot Observatory
hill will sell at cost. Apply to
L. E. Johnson Aug 23 t-f
For Sale 7 room house 6 lots
$1,250, good, saddlehorse. Cheap.
2 lots $250,00. 2 lots $180,00. 2
lots $300, Phone 166. june7-tf
Lost Gentleman's thin model
gold watch, monogram on back,
in Schulz Pass or Doney Park.
Finder return to this office and re
ceive reward. sep.i3-tf
For Sale Ranch 60 acres.
Large bungalow with bath, heat,
Hghu and water. Stable and hen
nery. Pure stream of water runs
through property. C. B. Wilson,
Flagstaff, Arizona. May 31-tf
For Rent Furnished rooms,
every convenience, new house,
newly furnished. Railroad Ave.,
block south of Emerson school.
Terms reasonable. Mrs. George
T. A. RI0RDAN, President
M. J. RIORDAN, Secretary
Lumber i Tiber Copy
llative Pine Lumber, Props, m,
Piling, Ties, t Lagging, Boxes,
Lath, Srilngles, Sash
C. A. Black
J. H. Crawford
BLACK & CRAWFORD
. Fresh Fall Goods
You can't beat us we have the
Goods, all Standard. Club
Flour, Monarch Canned Goods,
Biue Valley Butter, Sunflower
25 and your goods will come
prompt and right.
Get ready to photograph na
ture in all its "splendor. You
may not be able to photograph
the beautiful reds and yellows
of the autumn foliage, but with
the right materials you can pro
duce the gradations of light and
shade so that one looking at the
photo will almost imagine the
colors are there.
Our splendid stock of Cam
eras contains one that will just
suit you. The range of prices
is from $i to $50. Come in
and look' at them.
Hunter Drug Company
Curios Indian Jewelry Sundries
We are Compelled
To our customers for the torn-up condi
tion ot our store at present, but soon hope
to show them one of the' cleanest-'andL:,
most up-to-date places of business in;
Flagstaff. Our new building will soon
be completed and we intend to convince
you that our Grocery will be THE place
We expect soon a car of heating stoves and ranges. On
account of limited floor space we will offer them at very
attractive prices. It will pay you to wait.
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