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THE COCONINO SUN
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23. I9U '
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I am a candidate- for State Legislature. Why Because
1 am a property owner, have a business and have made
a success. I have confidence in mvsel( of Retting results
that will be a benefit to every person in Coconino
County. If you elect me I will serve your interest well.
WILL MARLAR PHARMACY
Phone 24 The Rexall Store Free Delivery
FIRST NUMBER LECTURE
K Marvelous Escape
little boy had. a marvelous
CDUHSE fflUNDM EVENING HS'lET'i?
I "It occurred in the middle of the night.
The K;llo, R'Haines Singing Par-iHe got a very severe attack of croup,
ty is one of the standard attrac- As luck would have it, I had a large
tious-in the lyceum world today, bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
edy in the house. After fallowing the
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C. J. Babbitt was in Selicman
Ed B. Perrin of Williams, was
in Flagstaff Monday.
Jos. Amundsen was in the city
last week from Williams.
Miss Ruby McLaws is visiting
her parents in St. Josephs.
Don't ioiget the Saturday night
social dance at the Majestic.
L. W. Quinlan of Winslow, was
a visitor in .Flagstaff Tuesday.
State Game Warden Willard
came in Thursday on official busi
ness. George Black Sr., is at home
from Los Angeles to remain a few
Mrs. Clyde C. Harvey, who has
been visiting relatives in Iowa,
returned last week.
Chas. McGoogin killed a six
teen pound wild turkey in Syca
more canyon last week.
Mrs. Chas. Odell and Miss Elsie
Deitzman left yesterday overland
to spend the winter in Phoenix.
Mr. Roland H. Parsons, repre
senting the McNeil Co., of Phoe
nix was in Flagstaff this week.
George Coffin, the Phoenix
Lightning Delivery man, was vis
iting relatives and lriends here a
Brakeman John Bean is laying
off for a few days and came up
from Winslow in quest of a chunk
Judge J. M. Rounseville, R. D.
Postle, F. O. Poison and Bobby
Burns of Williams were in Flag
Newt Shafer left Saturday even
ing for Grand Canyon where he
has secured employment with B.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Johnston
were William visitors Thursday.
Wm. Back was up from Beaver
Creek this week.
Bill Carter, who recently broke
bis arm by falling from a squirrel
tree, came home from the Los
Angeles hospital this week.
Jess Howard came in from his
ranch on Oak Creek Tuesday,
bringing in a limited amount of
hi6 famous mammoth beans.
Lee Blair and wife of Bisbee,
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
A; A. Dutton the past week. Mr.
Blair was a former resident of
Edgar Hash, who recently re
turned from Los Angeles where
he bad been on account of illness,
is improving as rapidly as can be
Herbert Asline has resigned as
superintendent of the F. L. M.
sawmill. He is an expert in his
jline of work and has not as yet
decided what he will do.
Mrs. Nathan W. Larr of Sierra
Madre, Californa, accompanied by
her daughter Murrel, has been
spending the past week with her
sister-in-law, Mrs. Lorum B.
A. twelve and a quarter pound
democrat arrived at the home of
J. D. Dunn last Saturday evening.
Mr. Dunn says he has already
been registered and is hollering
for his pa for assessor.
The Wells Fargo Express com
pany has a new horse on their new
'wagon. The old horse became
so badly crippled up that it was
necessary to turn him out to
Stop.coughlngt you rack the lungs
and worry the body. BALLARD'S
HOREHOUND SYRUP checks irrita
tion, heals the lungs and restores com
fortable breathing. Price 25c, 50c and
ekOO pet' bottle. Sold by Babbitt
J. W. . I ones, son Dick and
Slim Fetters returned from a 3
days hunting trip around the peaks
Wednesday. The new guns were
not reliable or they would have
brought home the bacon.
Mrs. Cockrane and daughter
stopped off Monday to visit Mrs.
Cockrane's cousin, W. H. Ander
son. They have been detained in
Europe on account of the war and
are now on their way home to San
C. P. Heiser, of Flagstaff, who
has really interests in Prescott,
was a .brief visitor Friday on
business, returning home last
night. He was a former resident,
and is now a salesman with Bab
bitt Brothers. Journal Miner.
David Goodfellow, who lives at
the famous Natural Bridge, was
in Flagstaff last week and kindly
lett us a box ot apples that were
monsters in size and unexcelled in
quality. They were grown on top
of this great scenic wonder.
J. C. Echlan, who has been em
ployed at Finley's the past year,
left Tuesday morning for Red
lands, California, to remain at
least for the winter. C. A. Giber
has taken his place in the high
Sergt. McRae, who won first
prize in the Kansas-Arizona shoot,
was in town the first of the week
and while here exhibited his marks
manship to the local members of
W. T. Hutcheiib, Nicholson, (i.
had a severe attack of rheumatism
His feet, ankles and joints were swol
len, and moving about was very pain
ful. He was certainly in a bad way
when he started to take Foley Kidney
Pills. He says: 'Must a few doses
made me feel better, and now my pains
and rheumatism are all gone and I
sleep all night long." Will Marlar
Bob Sargent was exceedingly
unfortunate in loosing a valuable
horse Wednesday, valued at $150.
The horse was lose in the Beeson
corrall with other horses and in
some mix up was kicked and had
its leg broken. It was necessar)
to shoot the animal to put it out
of its misery.
Mr. Rollins of Phoenix, man
ager of the Union Oil Company,
was in Flagstaff Tuesday looking
for a location for big oil tanks
from which to supply the northern
country. It is probable that tin
tanks will be located east of Flag
staff along the Santa Fe right of
Don't lorget the Saturday night
social dance at the Majestic.
A young German who wished to
be enlisted in the navy, but was
unable to speak English, was
being coached by an officer.
"Look here, Mike, when the
inspector comes to you he will ask
you how old you are.
must say 27 years; 2-
has stood for excellence as a mixed
quartet. Both in the lyceum and
on the chautauquas, the Kellogg-
Haines Singing Party is annually
booked for full seasons.
This organization presents a
program of selections from the
best known grand operas, light
operas ana irom otner musical
While the members of this com
pany are all good soloists their
claim to recognition is chiefly in
their quartet work. The claim
hah been made that while male
quartets by long practice otten
reach a very high standard of
ensemble perfection, -that it is
doubtful if any other mixed quar
tet in America can approach the
Kellogg-Haines Singing Party in
that sinking of individuality and
perfect blending of voices which
comprises ideal quartet work. . In
addition to the mixed quarte',
three members of the company
comprise a male trio of equal
This company will be at the
Emerson Hall Monday, Oct. 26th.
minutes he was through all danger."
Sold by all Druggists. Advertisement.
For Rent 6-room furnished
house. 117 Phoenix Ave. tf.
Fob Sale Two Indian Runner
Ducks $5. C.H.Kinney. 2t.
For Rent A- good furnished
room with heat. Phone 245 J tf
Furniture Repairing J. W.
(Dad) Power. tf.
1000 lb. team to trade for town
lots. Apply at Sun office. ''0-23
For Sale New folding bed.
Telephone 275 1 . tf
,For,Sale Double,,surry in first
class condition. Apply at Sun
For Rent Furnished house
keeping rooms. 616 N. Beaver
Washing Wanted at house or
out. Mrs. J. K. Sasaki, 705 As
Wanted to give away kittens
Yi, grown to those that will give'
them a good home. 616 Lerou
St. J. L. Cohurn. it.
For Rent Seven-room rock
house, furnished complete. Mrs.
M. A. Gavin. tf.
Tilts following unsolicited testimo
nial should certainly be sufficient to
give hope and courage to persons
afflicted with chronic dyspepsia: "I
have been .1 chronic dyspeptic for p0K Sale Oliver and L.
years, and of all the medicine I hae Smith typewriters, 2 pianos
taken, Chamberlain's Tablets have practically new. Box 391.
done me more goud than anything -
else," ssijs W. G Mattison, No 7
Sherman St., Horuellsville, N. Y.
I'or sale li. all Druggists. Advertlse-
"lcut- ; For Sale Coffin residence 6
to I. M. Wilson, phone
For Sale Cheap Standard sew
ing machine. Call Weatherford
Hotel Pool Room. it.
tor sale fony and saddle,
I pack outfits, one good young team.
See Wm. Beeson. tf.
He Was Sick
A group of teachers bound for
South America under the auspices
of the International Concilliation
One of them said:
"The trip to Bermuda is a very
seasickish one. A Kansas City
man told me he suffered dreadfully
both going and coming.
"I could keep nothing on my
stomach, he said.
"Nothing whatever?" I asked
"Nothin,' he answered, except
a mustard plaster and my hands."
Miss A. E. Stokea hair, scalp
and facf? snecinlist. I u Birch St.
exchanging sea- Cplpntific massace recommended
by .all phjsicians.
Forcing a Sale
"Have you found a customer
for your gramophone yet?"
"Oh, yes. I played it for twelve
hours on end, and all the neigh
bors clubbed together and bought
it from me."
Best thing for constipation, sour
stomach, lazy liver and sluggish
bowels. Stops a sick headache almost
at once. Gives a most thorough and
satisfactory flushing ro nam, no
nausea. Keeps your system cleansed,
sweet and wholesome. Ask for Citrc-
lax. Will Marlar Pharmacy. Atlvcr
Lost Eagle watch chain.
Initials E. L. on back. Return to
Frank Leslie's barber shop. Reward.
For Sale or Rent 5-room house
Birch Avenue, close in. For par
ticulars see or write P. J. Moran.
For Sale Ford auto, has been
run about two months, will sell
reasonable. Wm. Conley. Phone
275 J !
Lost Black leather money bag
with Citizen Bank lettered on it.
Return to R. E. Robinson and
For Sale good six-room house
modern improvements, good loca
tion. Apply to W. H. Anderson.
Ranch and Cattle for Sale 160
acres land, 70 acres good growing
crn'): ""mall bunch of rattle Apply
Sun office. tf.
rOR bALE Practically new live
room bungalow, all modern con
veniences, good location. Apply
at Sun office. Ian. 2-tf.
Music Pupils Wanted for
piano or organ. Teacher is pupil
of Boston Conservatory of Music.
Edith E. Thorner, 62 Railroad
Then he will ask you how long
you have been in the service
And you tell him three months;
"His next question will be. Are
ou provided with food and cloth
ing? And you must say both.
The following week the inspec
tor came, and walking up to the
"Goqd morning friend. And
how long have you been in the
"Twenty-seven years," was the
"Well, that's funny, I never
saw you before. How old are
"Three months," replied the
"Say, what do you think I am
a lunatic or a fool?"
"Both," boldly answered the
YOU, MR. VOTER
If you wish a Representative lo re
present you in the coming Legislature,
that's in favorof bettering the conditions
of our Schools, and one that will boost
for the pride of the north part of our
State, the Northern Arizona Normal
School I am the man that will work
to get every thing the Board of Directors
of the Northern Arizona Normal School
wants. If you vote for me, I will be a
member of the party in power, and with
my boosting, I think that will assure success-getting
results for this school located
in Flagstaff, means something to YOU.
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR THE STATE LEGISLATURE'
T. A. R1DOA- rV tldent
lumber Timber Company
native Pine Lumber, Props. m.
Piling, Ties, Lagging, Boxes,
Lath, Shingles, Sash
DEFY THE COLD
Cold stormy weather has no terror for
the man dressed from our stock. Under
wear best quality, two piece or union;
sweaters and sweater coats, Mackinaw
coats and rain coats that beat anything
in town. We can fit you out in a nifty
overcoat and a winter suit, too. Prices
that can't be'erabbed.
THE DRESSWELL SHOP
C. A. BLACK, Prop.
Our Premium Butter Is
Best on the Market
Our Club Flour Is a
Joy to a Good Cook
We guarantee them
Monarch brand of canned
goods, pickles and preserves
for prompt service.
a law based on the
fear of forcible purchase
Tho proposed Australian Taxation Law reads: If the valua
tion placed upon any property By the owner, agents or represen
tatives thereof, be unsatisfactory to the Board of Equalization,
then, and In that event, the State of Arizona may tender to
such a company, corporation, partnership, etc., the amount of
the assessed valuation, and require them to deliver a deed.
Thus every man would be
come his own assessor. The
honest man who would re
turn the exact value of his
little home, would have to
bear the burden 6f the dozen
who would make their re
turns the lowest figure pos
sible Only the small ax
payer would suffer from this
Where would the State of
Arizona secure enough funds
to purchase even the least of
its vast mining properties?
Yet this is what the pro
posed law requires. Is our
present system seriously Im
perfect? Hat not Arizona
every ' means for Imposing
SS WRITE FOR BOOK EXPLAINING LAWS
I Greater Arizona League
P. O. BOX 1370, PHOENIX, ARIZONA
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