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THE COCONINO SUN
FRIDAY, AUGUST IB; 1919
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Why not hayea fountain pen of ypur'6wn?
It's . themost1 convenient thing' imaginable. ?
We sell the
. Self-filling, non-leakable; absolutely guaranteed.
i If one doesn't suit you bring it back, and get an
1 other. "
Ranging in style from the plain 14-k. gold pen'
to the elaborately filigreed 18-k. gold finished pen.
$2.50 and up j
Each one guaranteed
toujtht a ford,
and may be seen almost dally steering
it around the city, ,
J. C. Dolan, of the Flagstaff Lum
ber Co., went to Los .Angeles on a
business trip. Tuesday afternoon.
E. M.( Bird and wife of Phoenix
are visiting at the home W. M. Wilson
and family ior a couple of weeks.
C. S. Eller, of Parsons, Kans., ar
rived in Flagstaff Sunday evening and
is the guest of his sister. Mrs. R. L.
Frank C. W. Pooler, assistant dis
trict forester of Albuquerque, is in
Flagstaff this week on forest service
Mrs. I. M. Jackson was in town
Monday from Spring Valley, where
her husband is a very successful
Miss Mary Prochnow, Charlie
Prochnow, and Miss Hilda Candy,- the
latter of Portland, Me., motored to
Oak Creek Sunday.
Mrs. L. Jordan, of San Francisco,
is here for a few days visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Edgar Hash, She is on her
way cast. Mrs. Hash is her niece.
' Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Cress, Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Draine and Mr. and Mrs.
W B. Rodebaugh went pigeon hunting
the other day, returning with nearly a
half -hundred of the birds.
Cliff Kraemer is putting into prac
tice some of the observations he made
while in France of the way the Y. M.
C. A. dished out the refreshments.
He is clerking at Brown's newsstand
while the proprietor is away on his
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BEVO The coolest thought for the
hottest, day ice cold 15 cents
A. .Baian, one of the pioneershcep
men of Navajo county, was in Flag
staff Monday on a short business
Persons desiring free transportation
to Conference grounds should leave
word with J. H. Harper at 6 West
itailroad Avenue, on the previous day.
C. Wf Miller was .in Flagstaff from
Pasadena the first of the vcek, in
specting tne proposed uaic Ureek cut
off road with a view of bidding on
A. H. Beasley, brother of Mrs. C. A.
Keller, is just back from a trip to
Corpus Christi, Tex., where he put
in ten days. He win go to his ranch
in rnoenix in a week or two.
Zeke Newman, a sheepman who
knows about every water hole and
bunch of grass jn the northern half
of the state, was in Flagstaff the firs!
of the week from Holbrook.
Joe Blumberg, manager of the Her
man store, has been under the
weather for the last few days, coming
to the htore each day, but feeling
pretty rocicy stomach trouble.
T)ie Lightning Delivery, truck had
a narrow escape from a full-fledged
smash-up Monday out near Rogers
Lake while on the way to A. L. & T.
Camp No. 1 with a load of bedding
and men. In going up the hill the
brakes refused to work, "and the load
ed truck commenced backing 'down the
hill at full speed... Driver Thomas
stayed with it until it stopped, but
his son was thrown out along with
Art Prather, but neither one was
hurt. The car came through Use
rocks and brush with only a few
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Tillman ate their
Sunday dinner at Kendrick Park.
Mr. and Mrs.
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'City,' were, in" "Flagstaff .a couple ot
days the first of, the ,week.,
Mrs. W, A. Haynesj wife of the
rancher and railroad man of Winona,
spent Tuesday in Flagstaff!
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A divorce was granted on Moridav
to Adelaide D. Gyber from Charles A.
Gyber by Judge Jones in the superior,
Cecil Francis Car. formerlv riiniif.
feur for Judge Doe, enlisted in the
navy and was sent to Los Angeles
Mrs. Mollv Flvnn left this meet-
Albuquerque after a couple of'weeks'
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs
Ed O'Farrell .and other relatives here!
Mrs. T. J. Byrnes, of St. Mary's
Kans., is visitinsr her sister. M-s r
M. Beckwith, having arrived Sunday!
one wm uiso visit air. ana Mrs. J. h.
M. I. Powers, nresident of the Pitt.
zens' Bank, and M. J. Riordan, secre
tary oi tne Arizona Lumber & Timber
w., nave doui Dought new, Cadillac
cars from Babbitt Bros.' garage.
Mrs. JB. Frances. Dan and .Mice
.Mary Francis, Henry Aphold and
Henry Spencer all went to Williams
Saturday, visitinsr Mr. and Mrs. nna
Poison, and returning Sunday night.
Judge E. J. Babbitt returned Sat
urday from Los Angeles, where he
has been spending a part of his vaca-,
tion. He exDects to remain some Urn
longer in Arizona before returning to
Road coufnment for use when tbn
federal aid work begins, keeps arriv
ing nere, tne latest natch, comprising
four army Nash-Quad automobile
trucks, turned over to the state by the
United States government.
Ray Babbitt. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bab
bitt, Miss Gertrude Babbitt, Miss
Dorothy 'Jaklc, and Misses Margaret
and Rose Walsh, and E. 'J. Babbitt,
of, Cincinnati, motored to Oak Creek
on Sunday, returning Tuesday.
"Slim Singleton," who has been
punching cows for Les Hart, and
whose parents have a ranch about
ten miles north of here, has joined
the navy, and left Monday for the
naval training school at San Diego.
Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Portz, Mrs. E.
Ellinger, Miss Mary Costigan, Mr.
and Mrs. Simmons, Mr. and Mrs. R.
E. Taylor were among the many who
took advantage of the fine day and
dry roads and motored out to Grand
Falls, Little Colorado river.
Clem Moyer, jr., weighing 9
pounds, signed up at the Moyer home
last Saturday for a life term with
the family. This luckv vounirster h
six sisters to see that he gets all the
ancnuon mat. a real live Doy can wish
for. Clem, Sri, is well and still haul
Mrs. Kathryn Leighton, of Los An
geles, arrived Sunday night for a two
weeks' visit with her sister-in-law,'
Mrs. L. W. Cress. Mr. and Mrs. Cress
and their children motored to Wil
liams to meet her, but the 'trahfw'as
late and they returned to Flagstaff;
meeting her here. , , it
Miss Lou Keating, of Laupahoehoe,
Hawaii, who had been here visiting
Mr. and Mrs. R. Ji Connor, tias gone
to San Francisco, where sh is, engag
ing' several public school teachers,
whom she will take back to the Ha
waiian Islands with her. The party
will sail on .the 16th. '
Lieut., John Mathews is now chief
commissary clerk at A. L. & T. Camp
No. -1. under. General Bill Lannnn.
The old wound in his leg has not
gotten strong enough yet for him to
make lull use of it. and he felt that
a iew. months in. the woods fwould
make, him as srood us new acalri -
Mrs. Frank Mathews arrived in
Flagstaff .yesterday from Abilene,
Kans., and expects to remain several
weeks with her son, Lieutenant John
Mathews and father, Judge S. B. Gil'
liland. Mrs. Mathews' home is in
Texas, where ,she recently made final
prooi on 5tu acres of valuable state
Dr. Hays Nance has opened his
dental. offices in the Babbitt building.
He and Mrs. Nance "are "living in the
home belonging to the" latter's'
brother, Dr'. Tom Manning, on North.
Leroux. Dr. Nance passed his dental
examination before the state board on
July 10-17. He is very well known
.here, having attended school for a
year her? at one time, visiting the',
city several times since then.
Thos. E. Pollock, -nresident of the
Arizona Central Bank, and Sam Fi
Quay, president of the Quav Conveyor
Cleat Co., went to Cooley on Wednes
day, The latter company, of which
Mr. Pollock is vice, president; and J.
C. Dolan secretary and treasurer, is
putting In coal bunkers for tho
Thatcher Railway. Co., at, Holbrook,
Snowfiake and Cooley. Mr. Quay will
go. up into the Zuni Mountain region,;
before returning, to. iook atter a big
J. Co Dolan, the big- chief at the
Flagstaff .Lumber Co. plant, has been
doing considerable, traveling during
the last lew days. With i. .. Koch,
of the Arizona Lumber & Timber Co.,
and R. A. Nickersdn, of the Saginaw
& Manistee Lumber Co., he" went to
Phoenix last' week for a meeting of
the state, tax equalization board. And
after they had returned, Mr. Dolan
went to Albuquerque, and then up into
the Zuni Mountain region, where he
bought a bunch of logging cars from
the old American Lumber Co.
.That man Smith, who nuts .in his
week-days at the Dresswell Shop, his
nights "musicing," and his Sundays
helping hold up our reputation as a
baseball town,, certainly fared hard at
Sunday's game with the Santa Fe
team. He can't bend his arm, the re
sult of a headlong slide while running
bases; he can't comb his hair without
a grimace,, because .'the' opposing
pitcher beaned him with a red-hot
one; and he stillhasa prickly, sensa
tion in' his, Dalms. the "after-effect bi
grabbing a sizzler froma husky bat
while barehanded. He's some, bail
player, -all tright, for an almost-old'
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W. A. Duncan were ! used to be back m Arkansas, where)
firnml ranvnn sat. .hevbnginally lspfang from. . ..,,,
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James Rune, rancher of Maine, was
in town yesterday telling how things
'the bargain.' basement, at Babbitt's is!
proving to be fully up to pectotIons,;
and there, are throngs of visitors to
the. new department daily.
h .Sidney tw?an. nag reserved, his
new i au ana winter samples ot men s
rlothintr. and says, he intends to see
to it that the men of Flagstaff are
dressed better than ever this year.
Miss Margaret Boenitsch, of Cin
cinnati, who had been visiting friends
in this city for several weeks, has
pone to California, to take in the big
fleet review and some of the natural
Prof. W E. Berg has been called to
Cleybourne, Kans., by the critical ill
ness of his brother. He will not be
one of 'the Normal faculty this year,
but win teach zoology' in the univer
sity of California. '
Mrs. Sebino Baron, whose convic
tion in the city court for selling booze
is related in another column, got out
of jail by paying $200 of her $450
fine, agreeing to pay the rest before
the end of this month. '
The Switzcr auto painting factory
has just put a new top on Mrs.- W.
H. powers car, Mr. Switzer also
treated Wra. Campbell's car to a
glossy coat, of paint, preliminary to
the latter's departure for Pasadena,
Mrs. C. C. Thornton is still very ill.
The trouble is. cancer. This patient
sufferer has undergone several opera
tions, both in Los Angeles and in Al
buquerque, and the surgeons have ad
vised against again resorting to the
Fred Cruise, general freight and
passenger agent for Arizona, accom
panied by Mrs. Cruise, stopped off
here Wednesday night, remaining'
over the following day to meet Supt
Robert Talley, of the United Verde
company, who expected to come in
during the day.,
Miss Madeline Gibbons is here from
Phoenix with $10,000 worth of femi
nine wearing apparel, which is now
being offered in a special sale at the
Nelson Style Shop. Mr. Switzer, own
er of the Switzer Style Shop, Phoenix,
is expected here before the sale ends.
According to C. C. Stcmmer, one
of the live wires of the thriving city
of Cottonwood, a big Labor' Day cele
bration will be held there on Labor
Day, with all sorts of sports and
(speeches to round out a perfect day.
Bills and cards announcing the big
event will come later.
Corporal Barry Jolly, of St. Johns,
formerly of this city, who has just
been mustered out at Fort Bliss from
the Field Hospital Corps, fourth divi
sion, was here yesterday visiting Cliff
Kramer and other friends.- Barry was
in all, the big drives on the other side,
putting in 14 months in France.
Miss Marie Powers, daughter of Dr.
J. C. Powers, of Hampton, Iowa, ar
rived here Saturday morning for a
visit at"the home of her uncle. M. I.
Powers; president of the Citizen's
Bank. Her father will also be here
this; Week. Both are very well known
and popular here, having made many
warm f riendst during former visits
County Attorney F. M. Gold is in
Los Angeles, fighting for the extradi
tion of Fermin Arrango, of this city,
alleged booze seller, who wasarrest-
ed by the Los Angeles' police a cou
ple of weeks ago. Sheriff J. O. Har
rington is still there, enjoying the
sights while waiting for the Califor
nia authorities to loosen their grip on
J. C. Dolan. of the Flagstaff -Lum-
be Co.; I. B. Koch, of the Arizona
Lumber & Timber Co., and R. A.
Nickerson, of the Saginaw & Manistee
Lumber Co., held a conference at the
offices of the former on Monday after
noon, with Mr. Reihhardt of Los An
geles, general freight agent of the
Santa Fe, and. Fred Cruse of Phoenix,
assistant general freight agent,
Fred Hernandez, the artistic young
man -who makes Babbitt Bros. Trad
ing Co. windows so attractive; return
ed last week from Chicago where ho
has been taking a post-graduate
course in window dressing. Mrs. Her
nandez and baby returned from Tur
lock, Cal., where she has been visit
ing her mother, Mrs. C. M. Funston,
the day previous to Fred's return
Mrs. Jagger; widow of the late Wal
ter Jagger, has just returned with
her two daughters, Dorothy and
Elizabeth, from Los Angeles, where
they had been living for the last four
months. After two weeks here as the
guest of Mrs. Jagger's sister, Mrs.
,Fred J. Lusk, she will take the, little
girls to Roswell, N. M., where they
will attend school this winter, Mrs.
Jagger remaining there with them.
D. M. Bunker, for years a mem
ber of the Santa Fe divisional engi
neer's office,, later assistant county
engineer under J. A. Lamport, was in
Flagstaff 'between' trains yesterday
seeing old friends. . "BunM is now
located in Los Angeles and is still on
the engineer force. He had. been east,
on, railroad business and could not
resist the temptation to stop over in
Flagstaff for a short time at least. '
Eric Petersen, chief assistant to
Superintendent! Charles Lindstrom at
the Apache Lumber company's new
camp ab Coolqy, was in Flagstaff a
couple of days the first of the- week,
visiting old-time friends.. Eric says
they are now employing over 300 men
mainly on construction work; that all
the machinery is in place, with the big
engines ,going in. It is expected the
big mill will start cutting lumber by
Simplicio Torez, in the state peni
tentiary at ,Florence awaiting the
death penalty for the murder of Vic.
E. Melick, wrote back to Sebino
Baron, who is languishing in our
county .Jail, ythat his death cell la
heaven compared to the lock-up here.
On the way to Florence Torei start
ed 'to jump out of the window. Adal
toni Bigue No. 1, the Indian murder
er of Cha& Hubbell, to whose ankle
he was chained, jerked Tore-e' feet
out from under Win, and then dis
gustedly" stood over him, exclaiming:
gh! Ughl Ugh!"
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Our Fall and Winter Woolens
have arrived. Hundreds of bright,
snappy patterns to select from.
&, , The latest; styles. Absolutely All
BEVO Now 15c right off the ice
at all druggists' and soft drink
J. D. Grant, relative of William
Grant, of Doney Park,, came in from
the East, Thursday, ,f or. a visit .
F. L. Dickinson is in town from his l
ranch out south with a bunch of beef
for Babbitt's. He. is at the Pine.
Miss Josephine Baptist, of Phoenix,
came.up the other day with Mrs. S. A.
Woolfolk, with whom. Bhe is visiting.
Hiram Knight, former manager of
the Long-H Cattle Co., in Apache
county, headquartered at St. Johns, ,
blew into town and says he's going
to stay right here until he gets a
location with' a cattle outfit I
. Among the many going from here
to the snake dance, the following will
leave oauiruay morning, oy way oi,
Holbrook: Dan Francis and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Bert, White, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Richmond, Mr. and Mn.
Mrs. W. J. Wright whose husband
was foreman for The Sun a number
of years ago, writes from Ajo that
Mr. Wright died several months ago,
and that she is living with her two
sons, William and Claude, who are
working at Ajo. ,
Will Marlar, proprietor of a drug
store, of Marlars undertaking v par
lors, and of severaLother local enter
E rises, has been in Winslow and Hol
rook for several days on business.
He is expected- home' the latter part
of .this week.
Sailor Jimmy Gregg left Tuesday
fpr San " rancisco to join his ship
after a few weeks' vacation spent with
his mother and friends in Flagstaff.
He expects to secure, his. discharge
from the navy in a short time and
come back to the old ranch again.
Earl Mahan, of Phoenix, formerly
one of the Western Union staff here,
is in Flagstaff for- a few days on
Western Union business. Mrs. Ma
han is with her parents in St. Johns,
and has just presented her husband
with another fine young son.
H. Richardson, who; with his broth
er, C- D. ''Richardson, runs trading
posts at Winslow, Tuba City, and vari
ous other points;- dropped into town
on his way to and from- their Bridge
store, where,:he and( George, Spencer,
the Indian trader, picked up a. lot of
sheep the-Richardsons.are buying
Doe Wilson, cashier of the Arizona
Central Bank, and Dr. Hays, Nance.
our .new, dentist,..will." soon have their
handsome new cottatre at Lake Mary i
ready -for occupancy. " Mr. Wilson and Miss Katherine has been taking
plans to take his family out. there jn a shorthand course during their stay
a few days, to spend the' waning i there.' At the close of the summer
months of summer, driving, in to the school both visited relatives in In
bank and out in his car ,, diana..
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' MANUFACTURERS OF
Native Pine tumber, Props, Wk
Piling, Tjes, Lagging, Boxes,
Lath, Shingles, Sash
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A new coat or two of paint .adda
much to the good looks of A. C
George Black, Jr., has leased his
ranch, at Sedona and will move hia
family to Clarkdale to live.
Chas. McArthur, of McArthur Bros,
of Phoenix, state agents for Dodge
automobiles, was a recent visitor at
their local agents, Mitchell & Gunter.
A post card to Joe Hanley from
City Clerk Alex Johnston says that
he and his family got through to Loa
Angeles in three days without a single
Father C. Vabre, of the Catholic
church, is winning admiration from
many auto fans by the way he flashes
that new auto coupe of his in and out
of the labyrinthian streets of our city.
Mr 'Smw-1,-. tH v,. i..-.
on North Leroux street to George
Becker, of the hardware department
at Babbitt's, .and will return to his
Texas ranch, Mrs. Snoeberger going
to California, this week to visit her
daughter before joining her husband.
Word is received that Prof, and
Mrs. E. E. Rosenberry have left Los
Angeles and are at present at De
catur, PL, where they will 'remain for
a short time before going to New
York. Prof. Rosenbury, who was a
former member of the Normal fac
ulty, will attend the Columbia Uni
versity the coming year.
Grand Chancellor John O. Mullen
of, the Knights of Pythias, of Tempe;
was here Wednesday, night, and
though he insisted he could not make
a speech, was prevailed upon to do
so, with the result that the members
who had foregathered in regular
meeting was spell-bound for nearly an
hour. Another feature of the meeting
was the initiation of Fletcher Fair
child. A number of the late Lewis Aiken's
paintings of the Grand Canyon and
other western scenes will be placed on
sale tomorrow in the 'curio depart
ment, at Babbitt's. Among them, is'
thft celebrated "Evening," a very
large painting, said to be' the best one
ever made of the canyon. These
paintings had been on exhibition is
a New York, gallery until shipped
' Mrs. Bertlia Kennedy and daughter)
Miss Katherine, accompanied by - a
sister of vMrs. Wisehart, returned to
Flagstaff Tuesday. .evening. Mrs.JKen-
neoy nas neen tamng a1 summer:
course in the University of Chicac-o.
M.j. RIORDAN, Secretary
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