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THE COCONSNO SUN
FRIDAY, JANUARY 24. 1913
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FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA
WILLIAMS STARTS
BOOST FOR GOOD ROADS
A n&od roads meetinR was held
at Williams last week to receive
pHMr. O. K. Parker, a member of
the American Society of Engineers.
Judge X. N. Stee'es was elected
!t$fc-' chairman and George Harben
-tj. secretary of the meeting. In
t speaking of the meeting the Wil-
Wp' Hams News says:
f ' Mr. Parker said that about 250
f &''- automobiles has tried the south-
t :"'K iern route and had not found it
feasible from the fact that during
the winter the road was closed
most of the time on account of
snow in the White mountains, and
that during the summer time the
sands in the desert in the summer
time were too hot for comfortable
y$:
travel. That it would be a very
easy matter for the people of
northern Arizona to get the road
if they would only get together
and ask for it in the proper way.
He said that we had the finest
natural roadbeds in the country,
the finest scenery in the world, the
Grand Canyon among the others,
and the historical significance of
the old Santa Fe trail as a drawing
card, and he also made the point
! that the road would follow very
j closely the railroad and would
have the convenience of the Har
vey eating houses, and that fyjr.
Lowe, of the Postal Telegraph
company, had offered his assist
ance in getting boxes placed along
the line so that the tourist could
have telephone communications in
case of accident.
Mr. Parker also informed the
people that the Automobile Manu
facturers' association had offered
$10,000,000 toward building a
highway, and that it was in the
power of the people to get a share
of this money for road purposes if
they would only go at it in a
proper way.
Those present pledged them
selves to raise money for the
purpose of exhibiting photo
lantern slides in California at the
Good Roads convention to be
held there on the 28th of January
our purpose being to advertise
our magnificent scenery along the
proposed highway."
"Granstark" The Best Yet
The play "Granstark" with
Lousisjita Valentine as leading
lady at the Majestic Mouday eve
ning was the best thing that has
appeared at that theatre this
season.
This company is one. of the best
the United Play company has on
the road and one made up of high
class artists. Miss Valentine is
charming as "Princess Yetive"
and her work has a finish that
delights h'er audiences.
They Were Doing Los Angeles
A Los Angeles correspondent
says: J. H. Fuller and "Bar D"
Jones, two prominent arizona
cattlemen have been leaving a
trail through southern California
with their autos and say they are
going to do it again next year.
New Years day and night when the
fifty thousand autos were viewing
the floral parade, "Bar D" came
to town. It was in Pasadena and
he had just given up his big bay
pacer for a new Chalmers "36"
which he had driven all the way
from Flagstaff, a notable achieve
ment for the old plainsman and
mountaineer, though he claimed,
easier than getting a chuck wagon
into his old ranch after a rain.
Having piloted his machine safely
to the land of lemons, he did not
know what to make of the thous
ands of machines, but with his
nerve well in hand and his old
spurs hung on the brake he came
along with the other 50,000 autos
with flying colors,- entering Los
Angeles without being arrested by
traffic-cops and landed safely at
Long Beach.
"Bar D" invistigated the city
with great thoroughness, then with
his old compadre, Hy Fuller, who
is here with his family, made a
tour of southern California. They
lirtd a fine time and admitted that
California was a better place than
they had thought before. Mr.
Fuller left for Flagstaff and Wins
low this week in first class health
and thinks he can wrestle with
cow buyers for high prices next
fall, whach he is sure he will get.
"Bar D" will remain a while
longer then mosey toward Phoenix
and home. When the new high
way is built between Flagstaff and
Los Angetes it will be a pleasant
three day's trip.
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Take the "direct road" to health
and strength by using Foley Kid
ney Hills forbackache,rheumatism
weak, sore kidneys and bladder
irregularities. Each ingredient is
chosen for its positive healing and
curative qualities. Foley Kidney
Pill are the best medicine you can
buy for kidney and bladder troub
les. Mrs. J. M. Findley, Lyons,
Gr., says: "I took Foley Kidney
Pills and they entirely cured me."
Will Marlar Pharmacy. Advertisement.
Employees Win Suit
Former employees of the Ameri
can Placer Co. who have been
spending large sums on the Colo
rado river, were defendants in a
case brought against them by
Willis Cronkhite and others to
recover wages due them. The
jury brought in a verdict for the
employees which meets with
popular approval by the people
generally.
Try the Broadway Tailor shop
for a new suit, cleaning, pressing
or reparing. Dec. 20 t f
UNION BARBER SHOP
Three Doors South of
Wcathcrford Hotel
FRANK LESLIE, Proprietor
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Wants' your order for anything in
ARIZONA SOFT PINE LUMBER
LATH TO TIMBERS
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
Special Rates to. Contractors
Capacity 100,000 feet daily
Coconino Sun for Job Printing
Reliable - Cement - Work
HERMAN DIETZMAN
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Cement Walks, Cement Buildings, or anything in the
cement line. Years of experience with cement in this
climate. Can furnish you with red brick, red stone,
cement brick, tufa stone.
See him for Estimates on Your Work
The Sun for Neat Job Printing
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Looking for
OUR 3rd ANNUAL CLEARING SALE
OUR GUARANTEE OF ABSOLUTE SALE VALUES ASSURES
YOU OF A BARGAIN. THIS SALE BEGINS
Saturday, January 25th, 1913
Suits
For this Special Sale we have divided
our men's suits into 4 lots. These suits
are all this season's make. They consist
of the well known Hart Schaffner & Marx,
Goldman-Beckman and the Harvard. The
Harvard is strictby a young man's suit.
Lot 1 Suits to $14. 00. Sale price 59-85
Lot 2 Suits to $18. Sale price $12.85
Lot 3 Suits to $22 .50. Sale price $15.85
Lot 4 Suits to $30. Sale price $21.85
Pants
REGULAR SALE
$2.25 $1-75
3.OO (2.25
3.50 r 2.65
4.OO :..... 3.OO
5.00 3-75
Boys' Pants J off on all boys' pants
Boys' Suits
During this sale we will give 20 per cent
off on all our boys' Hercules suits. The
balance of our boys' suits are in three spe
cial lots for this sale:
Lot 1 $2.00 Lot 2 $2.75 Lot 3 $3.50
Wool Overshirts
One lot fancy all wool shirts, value to
$5.00. Sale price $3.35.
One lot allwool shirts, yalue to $3.00.
Sale price $2.00.
One lot grey, part wool shirts, small
sizes, regular price $1.25. Sale price 90c.
Dress Shirts
Sale
One lot golf shirts, value to $2.00.
price 75c.
During this sale we will give 25 per cent
off on all Earl & Wilson's shirts.
We have some styles in the E. & W.
collars that we are going to discontinue
to close out special this sale 2 for 25c.
Negligee Dress Shirt
Sale price $1. 10
" " 1.85
" " 2.45
One lot, value to $1.50.
" ' " " 2.50.
" " " 3.50.
Overcoats
We wish to dispose of every overcoat
we have in stock and in order to do so we
have marked them less than regular
price. We have a few short ones that
will go for less.
Boys' Overcoats
Sizes 12 to 16
REGULAR SALE
$IO.OO $6.50
11.00 7.45
1 2. OO 7. 90
Hats
Regular $6.00 values. Sale price $4.35
5.00 " " " 3.85
Special! Special!
1 lot hats, all sizes, sale price $1.00
1 lot hats, all sizes, sale price 2.00
Underwear
Wright's health underwear, regular price
$1.25, sale price 85c.
Heavy cotton-ribbed underwear, sale
price 45c.
One lot underwear, part wool; regular
price $1.25 per garment; sale price 90c.
Ties! Ties!
One lot solid colors onb the biggest 25c
value ever shown sale price 20c.
All 50c regular ties, this sale 35c.
" 75C 55C
Sox! Sox!
One lot fancy regular 50c sellers, sale
35c; 3 pairs for $1.00.
One' lot fancy regular 35c sellers, sale 25c
25c 20c-
Suspenders sale price 45c
Men's Sweaters
14- off on all V. neck sweaters.
Special price on all storm coats R
Boys' Sweaters off on all boys'
sweaters.
Dry Goods Department
Ready made skirts, value to $12. Sale
price $5.95.
Ready made suits, 25 per cent off on all
ladies' suits.
Ready made coats, 25 per cent off on all
ladies', coats.
25 per cent off on all furs
Shoes
' Some styles and make that we are going
to discontinue and all broken lines out of
our regular stock. We wish to close these
out to. make room for our new spring stock.
You will find your size and style in one of
the two lots.
Lot 1 sale price $3.35; lot 2 sale price $2.65
One lot high tops, 12 to 16 inches, sizes
broken, values to $8.50; sale price $6.00
Shop Early to Get a Full Selection
Babbitt Brothers
Genuine Regular Stock Sale
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