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title: 'The Coconino sun. (Flagstaff, Ariz.) 1898-1978, January 31, 1913, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8',
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The Will Marlar Pharmacy
THE BUSY DRUG STORE
Phonc your orders. They will receive Prompt
Attention. No charges for Prompt .
Delivery . "
the BEST. of EVERYTHING you NEED
"""Judge X. N. Stceves of Wil
liams' was in the city Wednesday.
Messrs. David and Charles
Babbitt were in Winslow Monday
River de Flag run a good sized
Wednesday for the first
time this winter.
Mr. M. A. Murphy, the clothing
man at uannitt uros., was in
A letter from County Recorder
p. J. Cronin who is at his home
in Cincinnati, says that his mother
is improving nicely.
Messrs. C. J. Spellmire and
jack Lyons the two well-known
business men of Winslow, wtre
in Flagstaff last Friday.
LMr., A. H. Beach of Saginaw,
.Michigan, is the guest of Rev.
Joseph Lyons Meade and will
remain here for sometime.
Judge E. M, Doe left Tuesday
morning tor Kirkland witn ins
trusty quail gun and expects to
bring home.a goou nag ol game.
Conductor Walter Davidson is
back again on the Flagstaff-Wins-low
local. Despite the cold snap
in Los Angeles he is looking well.
Mr. J. II. Fuller, the Clear
Creek cattleman, was in Flagstaff
Monday irom Winslow. Mr.
JFulIer recently returned from a
few week's visit to the coast.
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Galvanite roofing something
new, cheap; guaranteed for three
years, or ten years if painted. See
it at Wilson & Coffin's.
Mr. C. H. Schulz returned
Wednesday- evening from Phoe
nix where he has been for a couple
weeks past looking after his ranch
Mrs. Emma" Johnson of San
Francisco called on the confection
dealers this week selling "New
tons 1015" gum. She was a live
The Commercial dining room
under the management of J. M.
Sheppard is doing a steadily, in
creasing business and js satisfy
ing their patrons.
Mr. S. O. Thompson the state
wide inspector of the sanitary
board, was in Flagstaff last week,
making a trip through the north
ern cattle country.
Expert Lumberman Winn of
the Forest Service came in Mon
day from Albuquer.qne and will
look alter government timber sales
here for about ten days or so.
Do you know that fully nine out
of every ten case of rheumatism
are simply rheumatism of the
muscles due to cold or damp or
chronic rheumatism, and require
no internal treatment whatever.
Apply Chamberlain's Liniment
freely and see how quickly it gives
relief. For sale by all dealers.
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Miss'josephiue 'McLaws, of St.
Josephs, Ariz., a former resident
of this city, was. here a few days
C. C. Thornton has commenced
logging for the Coconino Lumber
Co., at Riordan this week with a
bunch of good teams. He expects
later to get more heavy logging
teams from Utah.
Harry Conrard, the lumber
salesman, came in last wek from
Chicago where he now has His
headquarters and has been doing
the Greenliiw mill at Cliffs and
visiting old time friends here.
Senator Isaac Barth went
through Flagstaff last Friday on
his way to Prescott on legal busi
ness. Senator Barth is enjoying
ttie privilege of being a minority
member of the senate in the state
legislature at Santa Fe.
A small blaze Sunday morning
burned a woodshed in the rearof
the old Pulliam residence on Phoe
nix xvenue. Some one had been
rooming in the shed and a defect
ive flue started to blaze. The
residence was damaged slightly.
When buying a cough medicine
for children bear in mind that
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
most effectual for colds, croup
and whooping cough and that it
contains no harmful drug. For
sale by all dealers. Advertise
ment. MINUTES OP TOWN COUNCIL
Pursuant to the adjournment
taken December 30th, 1912, the
Flagstaff met in
of the Town of
the Town Hall
28th, 1913 at
8 o'clock p. m.
Present Switzer and Suit, Clerk
There bejng no quorum present
an adjournment was taken until
Thursday, January 30th, 1913 at
8 o'clock p. m. '
J. R. Tkeat, Mayor
Town of Flagstaff.
Attest Geo. A- Fleming,
Clerk Town of Flagstaff.
Steam heating a special feature
and done in the latest approved
methods. See Wilson & Coffin
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Ladies Home Journal and Wo
man's Home Companion at B.
Hock's. Sept. 20 t'i
WASHDAY IN EDEN
When Eve'held forth in Paradise
"She found much pleasure in it,
For when she did her Monday
It only took a minute.
And when the washing blew away
Eve dint't fret or whine.
She merely sauntered forth and
New garments from the vine.
She didn't scold the laundryman,
She didn't give him slack,
Because he happened by mistake
To bring the wrong leaf back.
The laundryman sure had a cinch,
He couldn't come to grief,
Because no baby ribbon was
Inserted in the leaf.
But one day" Adam's language
Of brimbstone, fire and smoke,
Because he. found that Eve had
His pants with poison oak.
In the Superior Court of the State of
Arizona, in and for the County
Refugio Ortiz plaintiff, vs. Teo-dora-
Summons No. 989
In the name of the Stfite of Ari
zona to Teodora Ortiz defendant,
You are hereby summoned and
required to appear in an action
brought against you by the above
named plaintiff in the Superior
Court of the State of Arizona, in
and for the County of Coconino,
and answer the complaint therein
filed with the Clerk of this said
Court, at Flagstaff, in said County,
within twenty- days after the ser
vice upon you of this summons, if
served in this said County, or in
all other cases within thirty days
thereafter, the times, above men
tioned being exclusive; of the day
of service, or judgment by default
will be taken against you.
Given under my hand and seal
of the Superior Court of the State
of Arizona, in and for the County
of Coconino, this 2nd day of Jan
uary, A. D. 1912.
seal ChAs. H. Adams,
Clerk of said Superior Coutt.
Wanted; Situation as cook.
First class. Hotel or ranch. . Ap
Fou Rent: The old Gleason
ranch. Address H. A. Goodwin,
Swansea, Ariz. Jan. 31.
Situation wanted as cook
boarding house, camp or ranch.
Apply at Sun office. Jan. 31 tf.
Rooms to rent for light house
keeping. Apply to Mrs. B. Eng
land. Jan. 24U.
For Rent 4 room cottage,
unfurnished, close in. Apply to
Mrs. Chaytor. Jan.-24tf.
Found Rosary, ownermayhave
Same by proving property and
paying lor this notice. Jan. 24-tf
For Sale Six young mules,
waeon and set harness J. J.
Kcrby, John Wagner's residence.
Wanted By. middle aged white
woman situation as cook and
house work. Apply at Heller
For sewing and dress making,
apply to Mrs. W. C. Colcord,
Dutton residence on Milton road,
Phone 192. Jan. 24tf.
For Sale 8-room house on
south side; "handy to F. L. M.
mill. Inquire for terms of C. B.
For Sale five room house, fine
location, can be made into nine
rooms. Ariply to John Donahue.
Sept 6 t-f
For Sale 12 lots 25x150 feet,
1 house cost over $1000 and other
buildings". Will sell for Si 100.
A. S. Worthincton Jan. iot3i.
For Sale Neat five room
house, with bath, close to business
district in Los AnReles, a bargain
to some one who wants a com
fertable home in Los Angeles
Apply Sun, Office.
. 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 t'-f
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pickles and kraut,' canned goods of every'
Staple and Fancy
fact, a most complete stockvot
We will be pleased to give you othe best
service and the best goods at prices com-
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Grippe Will Get You If You
Don't Watch Out .
The symptoms of grippe and similar (,ail
ments come after the disease has begun tb
develop, so a remedy should be used at once to
prevent further development. Our
if promptly used, will stop grippe and colds in
the start. This remedy shouldbekept on hand
for use when needed.
We Give Mail 'Orders Prompt Attention
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Curios Indian Jewelry Sundries
Free Wateror Irrigation
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The Racket Store
NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
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