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THE COCONINO SUN
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22,' 1912 ,
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Pure Wholesome Reliable
Its fame is world-wide. Its superiority
unquestioned. Its use is a protection
against alum food. In buying baking
' powder examine the label carefully
and be sure the powder is made from
cream of tartar. Other kinds do not
make the food healthful.
'. LOCAL HAPPENINGS
1 Father Vabre visited Ash Fork
,,- 11 u neeu a neater see me au-
Mrs. F. W. Hesser was a visitor!
Winter is here. U need a stove. ;
We have 'em. Aubineau Bros. I
: Mr. C. C. Hutchison was in
&' Flagstaff from Phoenix Wednes-
Quite a change in atmospheric',
conditions Wednesday. A flurry
of the beautiful.
t Mrs. Fred Lynch was granted a
'divorce from Fred Lynch Tuesday
by Judge Perkins.
Ladies Home Journal and Wo-
man's Home Companion at B.
Hock's. Sept. 20 tf
t All kinds of tin work, first class
plumbing. Work done promptly.
1 Wilson & Coffin.
Al Hawkins, now a retired cow-
t man, was in riaesiau irom vvn
R;chard Gibbons a prominent
citizen of Apache County was in
Flagstaff this week.
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Galvanite roofing something
new. cheao: guaranteed for three
'years, or ten years if painted. See
'it at Wilson & Coffin's.
Don Peake, the Studebaker auto
; man, was in Holbrook this week
speaking of the beauties of his
: sPecial brand of buzz waons
Senator and Mrs. F. S. Breen
le' Wednesday evening for Los
AnKeIes and Murrietta Springs,
where they will visit a couple of
Pure Food Demonstration,
A Treat for the Ladies
Appreciating that mothers of the
present day scrutinize the foods they put
on their tables as they have never done
before, and that they insist upon know
ing beyond a question of a doubt as to the
purity of the foods they give their families
to eat; we are determined to provide such
All day Tuesday, November 26th.,
in our grocery department, we will dem
onstrate the superior eating and tasting
qualities of "Hunt's California Fruits,"
and "Empson's Colorado grown Vegetables."
We' ihvite all the ladies to call
"The Proof of the pudding, is ihthe ,'
Shop where your trade is always
welcome. ,. . ,
We are here to serve you well.
Pure Foods and Good
Heaters and ranges at bed rock
prices.. Aubineau Bros.
Mrs. George Colton came in
this morning from Prescott and is
visiting friends in this city.
The wiqd blew the awning
through a large plate glass window
in the vegetable department at
Babbitt Bros, last Wednesday
D. M. Francis was up from
Phoenix this week superintending
the movement of the Campbell,
Francis Co. sheep south for the
Dr. Richards, a veterinary sur
geon of Kingman, is in Flagstaff
this week and is so favorably im
pressed with conditions here that
he has concluded to locate here.
It is proposed to change Le
Roux street to "Broadway." Fred
Hensing is a prime factor in the
proposed reform and it looks like
he was going after the matter in
a very earnest sort of way.
A heavy wind prevailed in this
section last Wednesday night,
and as a result telephone and
telegraph as well as electric light
wires had a tendency to mix-up.
Also awnings and other things.
The new band orchestra is doing
good work in rehearsal for the
comirig grand ball to be given
for the benefit of the Flagslaff
Concert Band Thanksgiving night,
and expect to play to the satis
faction of all.
C. A. Keller, A. J. LeBarron
and T. J. Coalter, armed with
large guns, went out to Rogers'
lake yesterday with the avowed
purpose of subduing a deer into
captivity or scaring one into fol
lowing them to camp. 1
The Flagstaff Concert Band will
give a Thanksgiving ball at the
Majestic Theatre on Thursday eve
ning, Nov. 28th. A cordial invi
tation is extended to all to attend.
The proceeds of the evening will
go to the upbuilding of the band.
Tickets are olny $1.00 and the
members of the band would appre
ciate your . presence and your
James DeRosier formerly a tele
graph operator here, agent at Viol
brook and later manager of the
Postal office at Williams, was vis
iting old friends here this week.
He has been located in California
for the past idw years.
Don't waste your money buying
strengthening plasters. Cham
berlain's Liniment is cheaper and
better. Dampen a piece of flan- j
nel with it and bind it over ,the
affected parts and it will relieve!
the pain and soreness. For sale I
by all dealers.
Michael Clancey still continues
to raise wild Irish potatoes on his
ranch east of town. This year he j
raised 237 potatoes on one vine,
they run from the size of a man's
thumb to a pea, but they were all
there. Mike has an affidavit to
the fact in a neighbor who actually
counted the potatoes.
Wm. L. Cook, who was post
master a t Neihart, Montana,
writes: "i recommend Foleys
Honey & Tar Compound to all
my people, and they and are never
disappointed with it. Foley's
Honey & Tar Compound for
coughs and 'colds gives the best
possible results." Will Marlar
Union Thanksgiving services
will be held at the Presbyterian
church Wednesday evening, Nov.
27, at 7:30 o'clock, the congrega
tions of the Methodist, Episcopal
and Presbyterian churches uniting.
The sermon will be delivered by
the Rev. Joseph Lyons Meade of
the Episcopal church.
Santa Cruz, Cali., Carl C. Krat
zenstein, mgr. of the J. G. Tanner
Drug Store, says: "We have
sold Foley & Co.'s medicines for
the past twenty years, and have
yet to hear our first complaint of
a dissatisfied customer. Our ex
perience shows us that Foley &
Co.'s aim has alwys been to make
giving& health maintaining reme
dies." WillMarlar Pharmacy.
For Rent 2 room unfurnished
house. Apply to Mrs. B.England
nov. 15 tf
-Maid for general
A p p I y to C. H.
For Rent 3 room house, un
fournished on hill. Apply to E.
For Sale Household furniture
cheap. See J. . Costigan, Bab
bitt building. . Nov.if-tf
For Rent Furnished house; in
quire at Sun office or Wilson's
House to Rent Six rooms, 1
block from court house. Apply
to J. L. Daugherty. nov.8-tf
FoR Rent Furnished room
near hew mill. Bath in connection.
Inquire at Leslie's barber shop,
For Sale 8-room house on
south side; handy to F. L. M.
mill. Inquire for terms of C. B.
Wanted Woman for general
housework. Permanent place;
good wages. Apply phone 164
For Sale five room house, fine
location, can be made into nine
rooms. Apply to John Donahue.
Sept 6 t-f
Lost: Gold-filled, open face
watch, Hamilton movement, K. P.
leather fob. Finder please leave
at Sun office. Nov. 22tf
For Sale Five room house,
bath, centrally located, in Los
Angeles. Good thing for cash.
Apply Sun office. Nov.22-tf
To Rent Modern five room
house, partially furnished, west
part of town. Apply at The Ari
zona Central' Bank. NoV.22-2t
Lost Locket, diamond in cen
ter one side; initials M. E. F. on
other side; dated March 16, 1904.
inside. Liberal reward. Return
postoffice window. nov.-it
For Sale Ranch 60 acres.
Large bungalow with bath, heat,
lighu and water. Stable and hen
nery. Pure stream of water runs
through property. C. B. Wilson,
Flagstaff, Arizona. May 31-tf
Ranch For- Sale 80 acres, 40
acres under cultivation, plenty of
water; cheap if taken at once;
cash or terms to suit purchaser;
good orchard on the place; orchard
consists of 78 bearing trees
peaches, apples, plums, pears;
25 acres in alfalfa; good fence.
Fqr further particulars, inquire
at this office.
T. A. RI0RDAN, President
native Pine Lumb
Piling, Ties, Lagging, Boxes,
Lath, Shingles, Sash
C. A. Black
BUCK & CRAWFORD
Fresh Fall Goods
You can't beat us we have the
Goods, all Standard. Club
Flour, Monarch Canned Goods,
Blue Valley Butter,- Sunflower
25 and your goods will come
prompt and right.
Hunter Drug Company
Curios Indian Jewelry Sundries
Owing to insufficient store space, at pres
ent, we are forced to sell our
New, Large Stock of Stoves
AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
As an inducement we offer some rare
bargains in both RANGES and HEAT
ERS. Your only chance to get a GOOD
M. J. RI0RDAN, Secretary
er, Props, Stalls,
J. H. Crawford
Who Gets a Phonograph
Whoever the favored ones
are, you can be sure they
will be delighted. Here is a
means of infinite amusement
for every member of the
family something that is a
triumph of 20th century in
genuity. Such a gift not only means a
glad surprise, but also pleas
ure for countless days to
Think about a phonograph
for some member of your
family and then act Our
holiday line is here and we
can't duplicate it. When
these are gone it will be too
late to get others.
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