Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'The Coconino sun. (Flagstaff, Ariz.) 1898-1978, March 23, 1917, Page PAGE TWELVE, Image 12',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records; Phoenix, AZ
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
THE COCONINO SUN
FItlDAY, MARCH 23, 1917
Most women have rough hands, usually caused from having
their hands in dish water. If you use our Guaranteed Maxi
mum Rubber Gloves, your hands will be easily kept in good
shape. Hemember your money back if they are not first class
MARLAR DRUG STORE
George McCormick was in Williams
yesterday on business.
Miss Elizabeth Ellsbcrry of Ohio, is
the guest of her brother, B. P. Ells
berry this week.
Mail your copy of the Coconino Sun
to' an eastern friend. They will be
interested in Flagstaff.
The slight snow storm Wednesday
laid the dust and brought a little ex
tra coolness along with it.
Mrs. T. A. Rickel, who has been on
the coast for a few weeks for the
beneiit of her health, returned Satur
day. Mr. E. D. Gilberts, wife and child
arrived from Pueblo, Colo., Sunday.
Mr. Gilbert is the viojinist at the Or
Mrs. W. H. Power is arranging for
an elaborate Easter millinery opening
next week with the arrival of a new
line of spring hats.
A. W. Bikker, the insurance man,
left yesterday morning for Chicago
on a business trip and will be gone for
a week or ten days.
Dave Lewla has been quite seriously
ill the past ten days but is able to be
about again though he shows the
marks of the enforced layoff.
B. W. Williams who has been camp
ing near Milton Camp was in town
Thursday for the purpose of dispos
ing of some of his stock.
0. B. Raudebaugh of the News
Stand made a trip by auto Tuesday
to the Navajo Copper Co's mine and
secured a fine copper color complex
ion. W. N. Staley started out Wednes
day with a couple of men and supplies
to his mining claims in the White
Mesa country to do more prospect
You will find the goods in this
store as tepresentedand a trial will
convince you of our pleasing service
Belle of the Valley-Phoenix prize butter
Flour-Colorado Gold Coin and Kansas
R. E. P.
Hams and Bacon-Morrell's Iowa Pride,
just like the old farm product
Red Letter Lard
Wood and Coal
Phone 81 v
You Have Read
The Scarlet Letter
You will surely want to v see the
Picturizatidn of this great Ameri-
s can Novel. Every student of
American literature should see it.
William Fox presents
STUART HOLMES n
In Hawthorne's Immortal Classic r
The Scarlet Letter
Friday, March 23 Orpheum
10 - 15 - .25c .
Miss Buena Hilty, who is pointing
pupils at Seligman the way to intel
lectual attainment, was in Flagstaff
Mr. A. B. McGaffey, one of the big
lumbermen of New Mexico, was in
Flagstaff Tuesday the guest of Mr. I.
B. Koch, manager, of the A. L. & T.
Mr. John Beeson was the guest of
his nephew, William Beeson last Sun
day. Mr. Beeson was on his way to
Kansas from Los Angeles and stopped
over for the day.
E. B. Raudebaugh was In last week
from Bobsburg for a couple .days. E.
B. saya that the camp is growing rap
idly and that there Is much ore in
sight ready to be shipped.
Mary Pickford in "The Pride of the
Clan" at the Empress theatre Wed
nesday March 28th, matinee and night
and under the auspices of the Library
Board of the Woman's Club.
Clarence Durham has busted into
the oil business and is now assistant
general manager of the Standard Oil
company under F. A. Berg, who is
local chief until some of the tops
Miss Lena Lewis, the pretty young
lady clerk at the Variety store, re
turned last week from a nine weeks'
vacation in Oklahoma and southern
Arizona and greets customers with
her usual and pleasant smile.
Ad. Keeslcr, of Williams, was in
Flagstaff Tuesday eVenlng long
enough for the Elks to put a pair of
antlers on him. He was given a view
of the lodge room from every angle
and is now well acquainted with it
Tom Recs, clerk of the board of
supervisors, has secured a leave of
absence for a month and will visit
his old home in olumbus, Ohio, for
that length of time. It Has been
several years since.be has been back
Mr. T. E. Pollock was in Albuquer
que over Sunday.
Paul Coffin and Chas. Lehr were in
Seligman this week doing a job of
J. C. Dolan went to Los Angeles
Saturday for a few days' visit with
his family. ,
Herman Kahl and Joe Rickel were
called to Winslow Sunday to appear
in a suit before Judge Dan Cupid.
irank Hochderffcr is the proud
father of a pretty baby girl that was
left at his home on the morning of
William Reid came in Friday night
from Canyon Diablo and left the fol
lowing day for Prescott on a visit to
Mrs. Constance Lowell left Monday
morning for Los Angeles where she
was called on business connected with
the Lowell estate.
James Black arrived in Flagstaff
this week for Los Angeles, where
he has been spending the Vinter and
is visiting old friends.
Joseph Dent, who has been at home
for a few days, left Monday evening
for Holbrook where his son has a" new
ranch recently purchased.
Mr. C. 0. Case, state superintend
ent of public instruction, was in the
city Monday from Phoenix attending
a meeting of the Normal board.
Mat Ellis is very happy because of
the arrival of a baby girl a his home
Tuesday morning. Grandpa Carlos
does not look a day older and is just
as pleased as "Pap" Ellis.
Michael Schmuck, the famous
blacksmith of the Saginaw logging
camp was in Flagstaff this week ow
ing to the shut down in the woods.
Mrs. T. E. Pollock went to Phoenix
Tuesday evening to meet her father
and mother, Dr. and Mrs..Morton, who
are in Phoenix from Los Angeles vis
iting a son.
Russel Stone has been reinstated
and Is again on duty breaking on the
Williams-Grand Canyon run. The old
road looked lonesome without his
familiar face on board.
Dick Bonbcrg was cabled to Phoenix
Sunday night by the attorneys for
Campbell as a witness in the contest
case. He was one of the judges in
Flagstaff precinct No. 3. ,
J. W. Fetters, who also totes the
alias of "Slim," returned last week
from Los Angeles where he has been
soaking up winter climate and is feel
ing so good that he is just waiting
to break out into the woods, again.
Mrs. Sowcrsby, who has been visit
ing the Spears family for a few
weeks, left Monday accompanied by
her neice, Miss Rebecca Spear, for
Ventura, where she will visit a sister.
Mr. J. C. Meyers who has conducted
the Meyers boarding house for the
past four years has purchased a mov
ing picture house in Cairo, HI., and
will dispose of the contents of
his boarding house with the business
before April first at which time he
will leave to make Cairo his future
I I I ! I.
.- Will start April 15 Ask W. t
X B. Raudebaugh for particulars, i
Lost Chain for Ford car, lost on
Tuba road. Finder please leave at
Lost Gold watch, engraved initials
M. J. .V., with long gold chain. Re
ward if returned to Coconino Sun.
"First class salesman to sell to
garages, "factories, stores, etc. Steady,
well-paying position for active man."
Milwaukee Tank Works, Milwaukee,
You Have Seen
But you have not seen
Judith of the
in which this famous,
fearless Mutual star is
Saturday, Mar. 24
10 15 25c
Lost Left hand lined tan kid;
glove. Geo.BaiIey, Northern Arizona
Lost Bundle of laundrv. lost be
tween Flagstaff and Fort Valley.
Leave at Sun -.office. L. WYMAN.
Strayed "hear Turkey Tanlfs year
old sorrel horse, branded HK on left
shoulder, carrying bell and hobbled,
weight about 1200 lbs., reward for
return or his whereabouts, 2 miles
north cast of Cliffs.
Those who have horses at Gris
com's on Beaver Creek and want them
April 1st will please arrange with the
undersigned to pay pasturage before
horses start for Flagstaff. First drive
April 1st. Second drive 'April 25th.
P. O. Box 54. A. W. KINSER
For Rent 4 "room house near the
Normal, cheap. Inquire Herman's.
For Sale. A Krakaucr jros. piano
in perfect condition. & Can be' had on
favorable terms. Address Thos. Hall,
P. O. Box 675, Flagstaff.
Seed potatoes for sale, red and
white 5c per lb.
For Sale Wicker go-cart in good
condition ?10.00. Phone Mrs. Fron
T. A RIORDAN, President M. J. RIORDAN.Secre
I. B. KOCH, Vlce:Pre$., Manager
Uimber 5 Timber Company
native Pine lumber. Props. Slulls.
Piling, Ties, Lagging, Boxes,
Lath, Shingles, Sash
We prcHcni the Bewi in Motion Picture
Paramount, Triangle. Mpf ro, Itluebird
Friday Night (Tonight)
"THE QUEST OF LIFE"
A Paramount Feature
Saturday Matinee and Night
"THE PRICE OF SILENCE"
' f A Special Bluebird Feature
Sunday Matinee and Night
Bessie Barriscale in "PLAIN JANE"
Also a two reel Keystone Comedy
You Have Known
Multitude of situations. But you will
know her better if you se'e her in the
masterly modernized version of the
Internationally famous stage success,
EAST LYNNE ' .
Another FOX Masterpiece
Sunday, March 25 -
For Sale 2 900 lb. horses, $30 the
pair. Also wagon and harness $20.
Camp, Milton, opposite Reardon's
$260. Reduced to 5200. See Wilson
For Sale Hatching eggs from
thoroughbred Rhode Island. Reds.
Phone 267 J F. O. ALLEN.
For Sale A five room? house with
bath, cellar, 4 lots, good location.
Inquire Asa Clark, Phone 241R.
For Sale 1000 lbs. seed potatoes.
See Wm. Beeson.
For Sale Five room house with
bath, two lots in good location. Apply
to E. A. Baker, 620 Leroux street.
Singer Sewing Machines for sale or
rent S. Barron, Merchant Tailor, tf
For sale. Brand new brick residence
building. 7 rooms, bath and basement.
Hard wood floors. All modern con
veniences. Splendid location within
two blocks of court house. For par
ticulars see P. J. Moran at Babbitts
of phone. .. '
New Ideal. Hotel For Sale
Three Btory, new, fully equipped,
30 room modern, hot water heated
brick building, good location, 3 lots.
Will sell on easy terms. Apply to
Eric Denver, 122 Birch ave. Flag,
ITie ladies of Flagstaff will be
delighted to know we are in
troducing the Spring Styles in
LadiesJ garments in their most
beautiful and authentic develop
mentsoffering apparel of
charming individuality which
can be attained only by the New
Your individuality has been con
sidered in the purchase of our
new Spring garments with no
two pieces of (outer apparel
You may select thg garment
that will be most suitable for
your needs but you always get
that high quality and tasteful
design so necessary to the well
The prices are remarkably low
for Flagstaff, in fact the mail
order houses cannot equal our
prices as this selection was pur
chased direct from New York
We give you an absolute guar
antee unconditional in every
way, as to style, color, quality
We will have many new de
signs in our windows on our
opening date which will be an
You are always welcome to in- .
ipect any garment" we imay
have in .-' --4
1 0 Leroux St. Flagstaff
New York Office 212 6th avenue
lO - 15 - 25c