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When the doctor gives you a prescription he knows how he wants it
HE DOESN'T WANT ANYTHING
"JUST AS GOOD" PUT INTO IT
He doesn't want anything left out.
If We Haven't the Right
Medicine We Tell You So
Drugs that are the best to be had in the market. Prescriptions com
pounded" correctly or not at all.
Don't forget the Elks big Fourth of
F. S. Branthoovcr, Paul R.. Ferttg,
and their families spent a day last
week visiting the Cliff Dwellings.
President1 G. E, Cornelius, of the
Normal, spent the early part of the
week in Phoenix on business, going
Marriage license wa3 issued last
Saturday afternoon to May Lynch of
Kansas City and Milo J. Edward of
Buffalo, N. Y. Judge K. J. Kidd
united the couple in the bonds of mat
rimony. Mrs. C. A. Keller has returned from
a Phoenix visit, coming home as one
of a party occupying two cars, and
making the trip by way of Globe and
Winslow. She was accompanied by H.
C. Lockett and family, her daughter,
Kathcryn Keller, and Al Bcaslcy.
Mrs. Lou Kirkpatrick and party left
last Monday after a week's delightful
visit with old-time friends, Sam Black
and family. Mrs. Kirkpatrick was ac
companied by her adopted son, Tom
McCarty, and Mrs. Pepper, the party
touring the West, and reaching Flag
staff a week ago last Monday. Mrs.
Kirkpatrick is a cousin of Sam Black
and they saw each other for the first
time in 36 years.
Miss Maggie Strickland was in
Flagstaff Monday from the ranch, 30
Miss Mary Hewett was a Flagstaf
visitor this week, spending Monday
here on business.
All country people are invited to
rest at Harper's Second-hand Store,
in Flagstaff. Welcome to all.
Earl Mahan, of Flagstaff, and a
party of friends were here Sunday to
look over the prospects of the new
oil field. Snowflake Herald.
, Miss Helen Smith, of Holbrook, who
recently returned from attending
school at the Flagstaff Normal, is
now visiting relatives and friends at
Judge J. E. Jones left for Kingman
on No. 9 yesterday afternoon. He was
called there to hear two cases in
which the Mohave county judge, Mr.
Bollinger, was disqualified.
Mrs. J. A. Pitts and Mrs. H. Strik
ing, of Seligman, with Mrs. J. H.,Bar-l
rett, of Douglas, accompanied Mrs. C.
P. Owen last Saturday, at the funeral
of Mrs. Owen's husband, Commodore
J. W. Bvrom is now acting as night
marshal, being appointed to.that place
by City Marshal Rube Neill to take
the place of Ed Poston. Byrom will
fill the position until the council ap
points some one permanently.
Frank C. W. Pooler, chief of the
division of lands in the district for
ester's office at Albuquerque, and a
former forest supervisor of the local
national forest, was in Flagstaff for
a couple of days this week. He left
last evening for the east.
In last week's Sun we made a
statement that T. J. Underwood was
home from service in the navy after
receiving his discharge. Mr. Under-,
wood had not received his discharge,
,but was home from Mare Island on a
furlough. He left yesterday to rejoin
his company, !
1 Undersheriff Bill Hicklin, Assist
ant County Attorney George Harben,
and Lou Daugherty, driving the coun
ty car, left yesterday morning on a
several days' trip to the scene of the
Charles Hubbell murder, gathering
data for the case. They will visit
Leupp, Winslow, Williamson's Trad
ing Post, Bailey's Trading Post, and
other points in that section before re
turning. After ten months in France, Cor
poral Uin J. Kramer is expected
home any day now. Joe Bendery's in.
receipt of a card from him written!
in New York on the 29th of latl
month, announcing his safe arrival
from overseas on the steamship Pas
tores. Cliff is a member of the 339th
Machine Gun Battalion, Co. C. He ex
pected to be sent to Camp Travis,
Tex., before returning home.
Born, on May 27, to Mr. and Mrs.
Gordon Wilson, a fine 8-pound baby
Miss Electa Otteson desires to thank
her friends and Mr. Truswell for the
diamond ring awarded her last Friday
Stanley Sykes is remodeling his
home and will have an elegant now
bungalow home when the work is com
Chet Black and Charley Keller are
at Oak. Creek, spending a week in
rest and vacation. They expected to
get back about Saturday.
Mrs. H. Jackson and children are
Holbrook residents planning to spend
summer in Flagstaff, coming up a
few days ago. They formerly lived
Mrs. Will Rudd and children. Mrs.
Jones, and some friends, spent most
of the day Tuesday at the Cliff dwell
ings, going out in airs, kuuiis car
and having a delightful day.
Deputy County Treasurer Tom E.
Pulllam is in Phoenix for a short rest
and a spell of recuperation, not hav-.
mg Deen real wen lor some urnc. nc
went down Wednesday night.
Word has been received here that
Miss Lois Plummcr, who formerly
lived here and worked in Marlar's
drug store, has left Winslow, where.
she moved recently, and nas gone to
Phoenix to live.
R. R. Pollock, general manager of
Diamond Coal Co., and who will in all
probability be a large factor in the
Apache Lumber Co., and new branch
bank at Cooley when it is organized,
was in Flagstaff the first of the week,
the guest of his brother, T. E. Pollock.
The Gassman Efficiency Cleaning
Works has just installed some new
and modem power equipment and are
now doing all their work by electric
ity, which is not only economical to
the firm, but is much more thorough
and efficient than the old methods of
doing the work by hand.
It was reported that there was a
stove in the room inwhich Simplicio
Torez, the Mexican whq killed Melick
at Williams, was found by Bill Hick
lin when he rushed into the shack,
and that the bullet which wounded
-Torez had glanced from this stove.
Some one asked Bill about the stove
and he said he didn't know whether
there was one in the room or not; he
did not go in there looking for a
stove, and didn't have time to inspect
A. large crowd enjoyed the Decora
tion Day dance given by Manager V
L. Truswell at Marlar Hall last Fri
day night. The attendance and inter
est were both unusually high for the
night marked the termination of the
diamond ring contest, after several
months of effort on the part of the
friends of three young ladies to see
that they we're the fortunate one.
Miss Otterson was the winner of the
ring. Music was furnished by Trus-
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INCREASE THEIR FORCE
David M. McPherson is a new addi
tion to the office force of Babbitt
Bros., getting in yesterday on No. 10.
Mr. McPherson is the husband of Mr.i.
McPherson who has been with the
Western Union Telegraph office since
last October. They will make their
home in the Greenlaw house on north
Mr. McPherson is an auditor and
came directly from Rockwell Aviation
field. North Island, San Diego, where
for the last .thirteen months he has
been engaged in clerical work for that
branch of the army. He was for
merly connected with the Consolidated
Pacific Cement Plaster Co., a Califor
BOY SCOUT WEEK
JUNE 8 TO JUNE 14
June 8 to June 14 'has been set aside
as Boy Scout week by the president
and while there is no scout troop in
Flagstaff, plans are on foot to or
ganize one, which should materialize
The Federated Church will hold its
evening service next Sunday in the
interests of that movement, and has
secured as speaker Major E. J. V
chell, of Prescott. Major Mitchell is
just returned from France where he
was twice decorated for distinguished
service performed in operations in
the Argonnc sector.
It is hoped that as a result of the
week's activities in Flagstaff a Boy
Scout troop will materialize.
The governor's proclamation setting
aside the week follows:
PROCLAMATION OF BOY SCOUT
HORN MILLING CO.
TO CAPITALIZE AT $50,000
America's future depends upon its
boys. The kind of citizenship they
will furnish depends in a large meas
ure upon their early training and to
what useful purposes It is devoted.
The boy raised in a haphazard man
ner is likely to be a haphazard mem
ber of society, anJ a burden instead
of a benefit to it.
The Congress of the United States
recognizing the value of proper train
ing of American boyhood, granted a
special charter for the organization
of the Boy Scouts of America. In thi
forward movement are enlisted 375,
000 of the 10,000,000 American boys
between 12 and 21 years of age who
now ought to be given the benefit of
Hoy Scout discipline, training, an' j
The Boy Scouts raised several hun
dred million dollars in the Liberty;
Loan and War Savings Stamps cam
paigns. They did splendid work fo'
the Red Cross in its several national
campaigns. They served the govr"
ment in many other effective ways ., , , , i ,
during the great world war. No bet-1 . The dea of denoting length of serv
ter school of patriotism was ever dc- ,ce .by somc mark Js ty no means
v!.l .ir1 its irrowtli ahnulri he f. I modern, only our lorepears naa
on fancy silk dresses, waists, ,
Mr. R. A. Washaw is an
. expert, on ladies garments, :
A l. . j A
The Horn Milling Co. is a new con
cern in Flagstaff, establishing a new
business here. E. A. Horn is at the
head of the concern, which is capi
talized for $50,000. Mr. Horn has
been in Flagstaff with his family
since last April.
The firm will enter into the flour
milling business, and in addition will
put on the market some cereal or
breakfast food, and will have a large
feed mill. The flour mill will have
a capacity of 50 barrels daily and the
feed mill will be able to grind from
BOO to 700 bushels a day. Elcctri:
power will be used.
The buildings for the concern are
being erected on East Railroad ave
nue, just west of the Union Oil Co.
plant, and will consist of a garage
and store house, and the main build
ing which will have a basement and
two stories and measure 60 by 24 feet.
The building is already up to the sefc
ond story. , '
Mr. Horn says he has already
bought and ordered shipped about
S10.000 worth of machinery, which
should get here in 30 days, about the
tered by the fathers and mothers of
this land and all those who believe in
Boy Scout movement needs no argu
ment in its behalf, for its works an'l
rather more romantic method than we
of arranging their chevrons. Every
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, also,
sleeping porch; 210 N. Leroux St.
American ideals and institutions. Tbd one knows the Templars with the leg
crossed at the ankles, at the knee,
or above the knee, and most people
accomplishments is it known, and thev! ow that each position denotes the
more than justify its existence. " "umbeTr of times they crusaded in the
A-Thc idle hours of our boys, produc-1 Holy Land. Is a chevron by any
i ,nii,r r 1,0, .,.. .,niin. : chance a crooked knee? Certainly the
an interesting way.' This fcntn--Mbluc and red stripes on the arm are
alone is sufficient to commend it to'a m convenient way of signaling FOR
the consideration of thoughtful peoplo ' jenrice, u uiey i uuvau-
arid command their co-operation. I?8,.?' bc-"!? appreciable throughout
t ?,.,. , wnii otfna ; n the life of the wearer. It would be
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lies of the Crusaders had their dif
ferences as to the proper signification
FOR SALE! Davenport, in good con
dition: reasonable. Telephone No. 4:
broad way, the great majority of on-
boys must be brought within its ele
vating influence. In Arizona thee
are approximatel'y 882 registered Bo- t the service of their respective he
Scouts and about 20,435 boys of ?s and whether question were ever
rw sf n A L,f ,,.i, i,.! raised as to the amount of fighting or
Boy Scout age. A great work has
therefore just begun, and what is tnii'
ui mis nunc appnus wun equal jo" i ;r i " ..
to the rest of the nation. It is a work1 thosc of another.
so vital, so important that it has been I
decided to offer associate membership i
to the fathers and mothers of Amori-i
can boys and other adult persons. Thi? i
if successful, will provide a support-
landing or sailing necessary for one
knight's legs to be crossed higher than
WANTED A capable, healthy re
fined, elderly lady wishes to do
housekeeping for a small family;
Address M. G. F., 909 W. McKinley,
RENT Nicely furnished rooms;
close in. See Herbert Scurlock, or
telephone 260-W, arter 6 p. m.
FOR SALE Seven-passenger Paige
automobile; special $150 top; newly
varnished; wire wheels; can not bo
told from new; can be bought for
almost half price. See A. W. Wells,
with McLean & Walsh, sewer contractors.
time the building is ready to receive i movement.
it. He plans to get started to actual The plans, therefore, for a Bov
work about September 1, and he is j Scout week during which universal
now ready to figure with the fanners appeal will be made to all Americans
To All Concerned: I have
ing organization which will assure tho out the interest of I. F. Allison in the
enlarged usefulness of the Boy Scout i Gaddis ranch, Hart Prairie, and am got jt all."
"Si Hubbard told me he got a heap
of work out of you when ' you was
workin' fer him," said the farmer.
"Wal, I allow he did' said the hired
"Yas. Fact is, I guess he just about
.not responsible for any debts made
by him after June l.
L. H. FLAGLER.
on their fall wheat crop. Mr. Horn
says he will not only buy what wheat
he can get in Coconino county, at the
market price, but will ship it in con-f
stantly from other points. Before
Delorc Nichols, former county agent.
left here, he had been promised that!
from 1,500 to $1,800 acres of wheat
would be planted this year in this
Mr. Horn will also swan flour for
wheat, oats or barley, if fhc fanners
would like to trade that way.
Let The Sun job printing depart
ment show you some real .nifty work.
THE WRONG MAN
They were newly married and she
was much too young to understand
that a man takes but little interest in
shopping expeditions. She had left
his side to look at a window in which
were exhibited some new spring fash
ions. When she returned she took the
arm, which seemed to be half grudg
ingly proffered, and sobbed:
"You you don't even look look at
anything I want you to to see; you
do don't care how I am dressed. You
no longer love me love me. You
haven't even ker kissed mo for a
whole day, and you "
"I am extremely sorry, madam, but
that is my misfortune, not my fault."
said the gentleman, looking patheti
cally down into her face.
She looked at him and gasped she
had taken the arm of the wrong man.
"Tell me," said the man at the rail
road station to the station agent,
"what sort of a train issthis next one
"It's an accommodation train," said
"And has it accommodations for
"Accommodations for eating?"
"No there's; no dining car on that
"Well, has it accommodations for
card playing or chess?"
"Oh, my, no!"
"Well, say, can you tell me, 'in the
name of consistency, why they call it
an accommodation train?"
to supply the means to put the B''
Scouts of America in a position to
carry forward effectively and continu
ously the splendid work they arc do
ing for the youth of America, should
have the unreserved support of the,
NOW. THEREFORE, I, R. E. Mc
G1LLEN, acting governor of the state
of Arizona, by virtue of the authority
vested in me by law, do hereby recom
mend that the period beginning Sun
day. June 8, to Flag Day. June 14
1919, be observed as Boy Scout week
throughout the state of Arizona for
the purpose of strengthening the work I
of the, lioy bcouts of Amenca.
And I earnestly recommend that in
every community a citizens' commit
tee be organized to co-operate in
carrying out a program for a definite
recognition of the effective services
rendered by the Boy Scouts of "Amer
ica; and sincerely hope that all who
can, will enlist for personal service
in connection with the promotion of
this most worthy cause and give alii
possible financial assistance to this
meritorious organization of American
JN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and caused the
great seal of the state of Arizona to
Done at Phoenix, the capital, the
2nd day of June, 1919.
R. E. McGILLEN,
Attest: Acting Governor.
HARRIET JEAN OLIVER,
Acting Secretary of State.
"Some un sick at yo' house, Miss
Carter?" inquired Lila. "As seed de
doctah kar aroun' dar yistiddy."
"It was for my brother, Lila."
"Shaw! What's he done got de
mattah wid 'im?"
"Nobody seems to know what the
disease is. He can eat and sleep as
well as ever; he stays out all day. long
on tle veranda in "the sum; and he
seems as well as any one; but he
can not do any work at all."
"Lamsy me; Miss Carter; dat ain't
no disease what yo' broddah got; dat's
Let The Sun job. department show
you some artistic printing.
TRIED TO DO IT RIGHT
The mistress of the house engaged
a new servant, and gave her instruc
tions how to behave when answering
her bell. One evening she rang for a
glass of milk, and was surprised to
see Martha with, the glass grasped in
"Oh, Martha," she said, "always
bring the milk to me on a tray."
Martha apologized and promised to
remember in future.
A week later the bell rang, and the
same request was made. This time
Martha appeared with the tray and
the milk emptied into it.
Anxious to' please, she, courtesicd,
"Shall I bring a sRoon, ma'am, or
will you lap it up?"
T.,A RIORDAN, Pretident M. J. RIORDAN. Secretary
I. B. KOCH, Vice-Pres., Manager
Itlit Pint lumber, ta. w.
Piling, Ties, Lagging, Boxes,
5;; . Lath, Shingles, Sash
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gamble returned
to Los Angeles today, after a stay
here of a few weeks. She was a
bookkeeper at the Flagstaff Lumber
Co., and their return was necessitated
by Mr. Gamble's health.
Trust in Providence is all right till
you come to trust that it will clothe,
feed and sleep you without ever stir
ring a lick. Providence likes a hustler
just as well as this old world does.
GLEAN COTTON RAGS
Suitable for washing presses
Highest " market price paid for
large rags without buttons
THE COCONINO SON
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