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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1921.
THE COCONINO SUN
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Only American restaurant in town.
Jim Tillman went to Holbrook the
first of the week, bringing back an
The forest service telephone lino be
tween hero and Fort Valley is being
torn down and rebuilt.
Remember, the boys of Battery "A"
will bo hosts tonight at the armory.
"where they will give another of those
y fino dances.
Jim Girdner, who is looking out for
tforcst service affairs at Bly, spent
Wednesday hero after getting home
from Fort Bliss.
Mrs. C. J. Babbitt and three of her
boys left for California the first of the
wceTc, where they will remain during
the winter, the boys attending school.
Pete Solbcrg is wearing bandages
on two Angers, souvenirs of his at
tempt to use said fingers as buffers
between two heavy pieces of artillery
at Fort Bliss.
Mrs. Frank M. Gold, operated on
nearly two weeks ago at St Joseph's
hospital, Phoenix, is now well enough
bo that she expects to como home the
first of the, week.
There will be no court next week, a3
expected. It will be called Monday,
September 26. A new venire of 75
trial jurors will be drawn next Mon
Mrs. Will J. Brown, wife of the for
est ranger at Long Valley, returned
last week from California, where she
had been visiting her father, Dr.
James Leonard, formerly practicing
physician in tho country below the
rim at the southeastern edge of tho
Coconino forest He is the man after
whom Leonard Canyon was named.
Mrs. Brown brought back a young
son. born while she was in California.
THIS ARKANSAN NOT BOTHER
ED BY HIGH COST OF LIVING
Maple, Arkansas, Sept 2, 1921.
Mr. F. S. Brcen,
How aro you? We are fine. We
have had some pretty warm weather
but is is cooler now.
We failed to receive tho August 19,
copy of The Sun and wish you would
kindly send us one. We were interest
ed in the Nash trial and of course
don't like to miss a copy of the paper
from our old home town.
.Our railroad, the Missouri & North
Arkansas, suspended operation July
31, and the mall is carried on trucks
from Seligman, Mo., and very often
we do not receive all of our papers.
Sorry to trouble you so often, but
wo sure miss tho Arizona Sun when it
does not shine in our home -every
'"Wish you were down hero to eat
dinner with us; we have lots of honey
and friend chicken; have nine swarms
of bees that did fine this year.
With best regards,
SAM T. JOHNSON.
ROLLING BOULDER KILLS BOY.
Joseph Pinavitch, 10 year old son
of a respected resident of Jerome, was
killed under a rolling boulder in Hull's
EXPERT EMPLOYMENT ILLEGAL
The county attorney of Gila county
has declared illegal the late employ
ment by the board of supervisors of
C M. Zander as county tax expert
Zander formerly was a member of the
state tax commission.
RO. BOX 528
PRACTICE BEFORE ALL COURTS
SPECIALIZE STATES FEOERAl LANDS
All live wood. Delivered for ?10
a cord of 128 cubic feet
Cut to any length.
Box 1076 Flagstaff, Ariz.
J. D. DUNN
for all occasions
Dainty French Pastries
Cakes to your order
k bakery goods
including our famous
Bon Ton Bakery
and Cash and Carry
ARCHIE T. HOGAN, Proprietor
. Beaver Phone 150
Lemon Crush in sterilized bottles.
Clyde Poison, of Williams, was a
visitor here yesterday.
Top-o-Peak brand soda wato rin
sterilized bottles. Advertisement
Forest Ranger Chas. Lochman is
building a new ranger cabin head
quarters at Long Valley. ,
J. E. Mullen, of tho Albuquerque
district office, has gone back after a
month of general inspection of tho Co
Ralph Ellinger, who had been work
ing in tho mines in Mohave county for
several months, came up Tuesday af
ter a new car, returning to his work
the next day.
Ernest .Olson, of Esmond, N. D.,
and Else Nygaard, of Chicago, were
licensed to marry by County Clerk
Tom L. Rees, and Rev. W. H. Zook
tied the knot
Though we have had two or three
frosts during the last week, the farm
ers feel that their potatoes are far
enough advanced in growth not to be
hurt to any extent.
Mrs. Jesse Bushnell, wife of the
ranger at Munds Park, who had been
ill at Mercy hospital for several days,
is now much better and is visiting her
parents Mr. and Mrs. Davo S. Lewis.
Mrs. Spitzfadden, who had been
here with her little son visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Schwarz,
during most of the summer, left Wed
nesday for St Louis for a few days'
visit; then will return to her homo in
MANY KIND LADD3S
LIVE IN SPRING VALLEY
Spring Valley, via Parks, Ariz.
Mr. F. S. Breen,
Dr. Mr. Breen:
M. T. Connors, who had been suffer
ing from a painful accident by hav
ing hi3 hip broken, is now getting
around after his crop but still on
crutches. Mr. Connors takes this op
portunit" to thank his many friends
who rendered their services during
his painful hours, and I must say God
bless the ladies of Spring Valley who
furnished me with cake, fried chick
en, chicken dinners, fresh fruit of all
kinds and even ice cream. I assure
my friends their kindness will not be
The ladies were: Mrs. Curry, Mrs.
Snyder, Mrs. Chilton, Mrs. J. E. Cook,
Mrs. T. A. Story of Phoenix, Laura
and Elsie Boyett, and Mrs. T. G. Ma
han. My blessings be with them all.
M. T. CONNORS.
Pursuant to the provisions of Chap
ter III, Title XXVI, 1913 Civil Code,
entitled "Juries and Jurors," and nil
Acts amendatory thereto, notice is
hereby given that Hon. J. E. Jones,
Judge of the Superior Court of tho
State of Arizona, in and for the Coun
ty of Coconino, has made and filed in
my office, an order directing that a
Trial Jury of Seventy-five (75) quali
fied Trial Jurors be drawn to be in
attendance on said Court on Monday,
September 26th, A. D., 1921, at ten
o'clock A. M. of said day, then and
there to serve as Trial Jurors, and
thereafter as their presence may be
And that I have this day notified
tho Sheriff of Coconino County, Ari
zona, and the County Recorder of Co
conino County, Arizona, to attend at
the Court Room of the Superior Court
in the Court House of Coconino county
or in the room in which tho said Court
is held, on Monday, the 12th day of
September, A. D., 1921, at ten o'clock
A. M. for the purpose of drawing said
Witness my hand and the seal of
said Superior Court, this 8th day of
September, A. D., 1921.
TOM L. REES,
ED WHIPPLE, Director
116 E. Aspen Avenue.
Railroad Avenue, next to the
P. M. FALDER
First Gass Service
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Real Estate i
Wo have listed with us for a
short time, one of the best estates
in Flagstaff. This property con
sists of business and residence
property, and is priced very low.
The terms are most reasonable,
and those seeking a real investment
should get in touch with us at once
by phone or wire.
AIT DKKiON ? 1
Phone 271. .
WHEN AND WHAT
YOU CAN SHOOT
Lbts of inquiries at The Sun office
about the game laws, so here's a brief
epitome of what is prescribed as far
as local game is concerned:
Get your license from the cleik of
tho board of supervisors, Dan Francis.
Each adult must have separate li
cense. American-born pet sons, resi
dents of the state, under 17 years of
age, do not need license if accompan
ied by a person who has one.
The open seasons arc: Malo deer,
October 1 to November 1, limit, one;
wild turkey, same season, limit, two;
ducks, geese, coots, rail and larger
shore birds, Oct 15 to Jan. 31, limit,
20 birds of all varieties in one day or
in possession at any one time; doves
and whitewings, July 15 to Dec. 31,
limit, 25 of both kinds a day or in
possession at any one time; gambel or
valley quail, Oct. 15 to Dec. 31, limit,"
20; trout, June,! to Sept. 1, limit 25,
not less than 7 inches long, in one
day; all other fish, year round, limit,
25 pounds a day.
Season closed at night, sunset to
sunrise, on all migratory game birds
and insectivorous birds.
TO PUSH CHECK CHARGES
Jupstico Patterson, of Glendale,
with the assent nnd co-operation of
the county attorney, heicafter will in
sist on full prosecution of all persons
brought before him on charges of ut
tering fraudulent or valueless checks.
Many such cases lately have been set
tled by repayment of tho sums pain
ed. No such compromise hereafter
will be recognized by the magistrates
of that community.
FIRE THREATENS WATER
SUPPLY AT CHANDLER
An odd fire at Chandler nearly des
troyed the structure that upheld the
tank on which dependence is placed
for furnishing water for town uses,
including fire needs. The fire depart
ment responded quickly and saved the
When Nathan Potak, a youth from
Ukrainia, gave his life to the service
of the United States in the world war,
he made a sacrifice which may save
his father, mother and two brothers
from deportation. Tho family arrived
in Minneapolis nearly penniless and
were taken in custody by immigration
authorities as violators of certain im
migration regulations. They then
learned for the first time of their son s
sacrifice. The American Legion is en
deavoring to obtain for them the ?10,
000 government insurance, state bonus
and dependents' allowance.
Apparently disarmament is one of
those dreams that go by contraries.
PARROT AND OWL CAUSE
TRAFFIC JAM IN CHICAGO
While hundreds of automobiles were
rushing through the streets of Evans
ton, a suburb, the drivers were dis
concerted by orders from an unseen
source. "Not so fast go slow stop."
A trainc tieup followed and the jam
extended for blocks. The chief of
police sent men to see what the troub
le was. They found a parrot in a
tree issuing orders which, it had learn
ed from some traffic policeman some
where. In a neighboring tree a pet
owl was whistling.
After routing the parrot and the
owl, the officers chanced upon some
thing else that was new. They found
an organ grinder who had trained his
monkey to enter windows and steal.
They saw the monkey emerging from
a bedroom window with a vase and a
How many American women con
sider Washington, -vith its historic
buildings and traditions, as much
their city as the town in which theyj
were born or in which they live? '
They are few, contends Mrs.
Charles R Howry, financial secre
tary of the Woman's National Foun
dation, Mrs. Howry, whose home
was in Florida, is the daughter of
the late Colonel Pickens Butler
Bird, and is the wife of Judge C. B.
Howry, assistant attorney general of
the United States under President
Cleveland and judge of the U. S.
Court of Claims for twenty-four
Mrs. Howry believes that the
Woman's National Foundation will
awaken all its members to a sense of
pride in the possession of such a
capital as well as granting them in
estimable club advantages. For one
dollar a year any woman of good
standing in her community can be
come a member of the Foundation.
For that dollar she will have en
trance to the Foundation grounds,
halls and theatres; she will have the
use of its Clearing House of Infor
mation, will receive the Foundation
bulletin and, for an additional fee,
the privilege of residing in the won
derful clubhouse which is shortly to
be erected in Washington.
Those interested in the Founda
tion's objects should communicate
with the Woman's National Founda
tion, Connecticut Avenue, N.W,
Washington, D. C
b sy ' ' "
(Continued From Page Three)
and the first venture in this direction
will take placo at the Orpheum theatre
next Wednesday, September 14. when
the Social Service circle will present
"Dinty." ff '
"Dinty'' is the story of a plucky
newsboy and is poitrnyed by Wesley
Barry, "The Freckle-faced Kid,, who
made such a hit with Mary Pickford
in "Daddy Long Legs." As a result
of thi3 success the versatile Marshall
Neilan wrote "Dinty" especially for
him. It is Wesley Barry's first star
ring venture and it is a winner. Sup
porting him are other luminaries such
as Marjorie Daw, Colleen Moore, Noah
Beery and a dozen other good ones in
cluding Walter Chong, a little Chinese
boy, and Aaron Mitchell, a real picka
ninny, who arc newsboy associates of
"Dinty." Tho story has a picturesque
setting in San Francisco's China
town where "Dinty" is a newsboy and
fights his way to the head of the
Newsboy's Trust all for the sake of
his Irish mother at first Later a
pretty romance develops and but
come; see for yourself.
Heave a sigh of relief, ye men and
women of Flagstaff, for tho Social
Service circle has decided not to sell
tickets about town. They are de
pending on you to come without this
reminder; the leason is two-fold, you
will be aiding a most worthy cause
and at the same time enjoying an ev
ening's real entertainment
The regular reserved seat prices
will prevail at night. There will be
a special children's matinee at 4 o'
clock; price ten cents. It is a pic
ture all kiddies will enjoy.
Don't forget tho date, Monday, Sep
tember 14, and the name of tho show,
V V V
Reception to Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas and Teachers.
Messrs. V. M. Slipher, M. G. Fron
ske and G. T. Hcrrington, of tho city
school board, have planned an event
that is sure 'to find favor with the
patrons of our city schools. It is an
informal reception, to be given at 8
o'clock Friday night, September 16,
at the old Presbyterian church, in
honor of Superintendent and Mrs.
John Q. Thomas and both the new and
the old teachers.
Some of the old teachers are not
personally acquainted with all of the
parents of the' children they have
taught and will teach. Most of the
new teachers have been hqre only a
few days and have been too busy to
meet many of the school patrons.
Professor and Mrs. Thomas, who have
been here several weeks, have already
formed quite a circle of friends, with
whom they have become popular, but
there are many others who will ap
preciate tho opportunity of getting ac
quainted with them.
Not anly parents ,but all others who
are interested in our schools and their
progress, are cordially invited by the
school board to be present and the
latter and their ladies promise that
thoje. will bo no lack of introductions.
. 4 $
Pedrsons Entertain at Fort Valley.'
Mr. nd Mrs. Pearson, of Fort Val
ley, entertained with six o'clock din
ner on Wednesday. Covers were laid
for Mrs. R. E. Marsh, Albuquerque;
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gilchrist, Phoen
ix, and Dr. and Mrs. Fronske, host
and hostess Mr. and Mrs. Pearson.
Banquet at Lake Mary.
Anyone possessed of the idea that
Lake Mary is a spot of ultra-quietude,
devoid of all social life, would have
changed his views had he happened
to be one of the fortunate ones who
attended a recent social event at this
The affair took the form of an open
reception to all the people of the lake
with George Cornwall, of Needles.
acting as host, assisted by a number
of the ladies of the camp as hostesses.
The term "open reception" is hap
pily selected, for it was an open-air
festivity held at sundown, with a
sumptuous table set beneath the Blant
ing shadows of the pines as the center
or the picture.
Elaborate pains had been taken to
secure artistic decorations in keep
ing with the rustic surroundings.
Blue and cold was the color scheme,
effectively carried out in tho massing
or huge clusters of goldenrod and
lupino with handpainted table mats
of the same hues, a bit of artistry car
ried out by the children under tho di-
lcction of Mrs. Winifred Green, art
supervisor of Casa Grande.
Appetizing viands, fresh fruits and
vegetables, together with a splendid
assortment of home baked cakes con
tributed to the success of the menu,
the piece-de-resistance being a large
sugar-cured ham from "Old Virgin
ny" served with sweet potatoes. Fruit
punch which lacked only one ingredi
ent was served as a pleasing finis to
When the inner man had been satis
fied to the some forty present, a feast
of poetry and wit was begun under
the guidance of Miss Mnble Cole, of
Winslow, acting as toastmistress.
W. A. Duncan, of Needles, respond
ed to the toast, "The Life of a Bache
lor," the response taking the form Of
an original poem. The concluding
lines evoked no end of merriment, be
ing as follow:
"Long may he prosper this toast
But there's no place like Needles, this
side of hell!"
To the toast "Life at Lake Mary,"
O. L. Snedeker, of Prcscott, respond
ed with another original poem which
was well received. Mrs. E. G. Rollins,
of Casa Grande, responded to the toast
"A Ripo Old Age," drawing upon her
imagination to construct a prophecy
of the declining years of tho host
which was at once clever and convinc
ing. A. L. Sims, manager of the resort,
when called on, spoke of the splendid
spirit which had prevailed this year
ov the lake, and complimented those
responsible for the success of tho oc
casion. Mr. Sims' jremarks were followed by
a number of expressions of 'compli
ment and good will for the splendid
&V'i39ln 3c&i. s
A Direct and Economical Medium for Buyer
and Seller. Use This Column It Pays.
WANTED Position hv woman of i.
penence in oince, restaurant or
store. Write H. A. P., clo Sun.
FOR SALE Recleaned hard winter
wheat, ?3.50 per cwt. f. o. b. Maine,
Arizona. Claicnce D. Sanderson,
Parks, Arizona. 9-9-lt
FOR SALE A team of work mares
in good condition; especially adapt
ed to farm work. Will sell cheap.
Geo. D. McBride, Black Bill Park,
P. O. Box 1236, Flagstaff, Ariz. In
quire Chas. Lehr, 218 E. Birch Ave.
BABY CHIX TANCREDS, 300-egg
White Leghorns, Golden Buff and
Brown Leghorns, Anconas, Black
Minorcas, R. I. Reds, Buff Orping
tons, Barred and White Rocks.
Enoch Crews, Seabright, Calif, ltp.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Also sleeping
rooms. Winter rates. Harp Room
ing House, 322 W. R. R. Ave., 4
blocks west of depot 9-9-tf.
FOR SALE A baby carriage and go
cart, at 709 N. Beaver St. Phone
7. . 9-9-tf.
LOST Between Flagstaff Milling Co.
and some outside flour mill; thous
ands of dollars in freight charges.
This loss can be avoided in the fu
ture by using FLAVO FLOUR, a
home product 9.9
FOR RENT Modern 6-room attract
ive furnished bungalow for rent
Address Box 332. 9-9-ltp.
LOST Lady's gold wrist watch at
Elks' picnic. Finder please return
to this office. 9-9-lt
PARTS and experts repairing for aft
kinds of smrincp mnrfitnns Sullltram
& Taylor. 8-19-tt.
manner in which thn resort hna )uun
conducted by him.
Around the camp-fire's cheery glow,
old-time KOncs wiro sunc At n Into
hour the happy event was brought to
a close by a general exchange of felic
itations on the success of the affair,
which was regarded by all present as
crvstalizinc n Ktrnno snirit nt
friendship which has grown up among
me occupants 01 me summer cottages.
LABOR CONVENTION OCT 10.
President Lcroy Kennedy, of the
Arizona Federation of Labor, has is
sued a proclamation calling upon the
umuns 01 me suite to senu luiu rep
resentations to the state convention
at Miami on October 10.
YOU ARE WELCOME.
September 8, 1921.
Mr. F. S. Breen.
Editor Coconino Sun:
Dear Sir: Please accept the cordial
thanks of the boys of Battery "A"
and myself for the copies of The Sun
you mailed to us while we were en
camped at Fort Bliss. We very much
appreciate your thoughtfulness.
E. M. ROBISON,
Commanding Battery "A".
and Tubes at Greatly
Reduced Prices ! ! !
Beginning at once, the entire
stock of casings and tubes taken
over from the Arizona Motor &
Implement Co. will be on sale and
sold at a great reduction under
present market prices.
The stock includes Kelly-Spring-f
ields, Pennsylvania and Fisks,
all well and favorably known
. If you want a bargain in tires,
come and see us.
-; , Carron
Motor & Implement Co.
22 South San Francisco Street
inmii mill '1 w mill n m ii'i1 up miiiwimhmhi1 ii ihiuhip ' mi - n ---,. -
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Also sleeping1
rooms. Winter rates. McCormick
House, 316 W. R. R. Ave., 4 blocks
west of depot Sept 2, 2tpd.
FOR RENT Light housekeeping
rooms. Mrs. England's place, un
der new management 614 W. Rail
road Ave. Phone 266-M. 9-l-3tp.
TEAM FOR SALE 9 years, 2600
pounds, cheap. Or will trade for
car or truck. A Greven, 1 ilea
west of Maine, on the state high
FREE TRANSPORTATION to Phoe
nix in touring car tho middle of
September, is offered to reliable
man or couple who thoroughly un
derstand automobile mechanism.
References exchanged. Box 652,
Flagstaff, Arizona. 9-2-2tp.
WESTERN ELECTRIC sewing mach
ines and White and Singer treadle
machines for sale or rent Sullivaa
& Taylor. 8-19-tf.
WELL FURNISHED rooms to rent
comfortable all the year around.
On the hill. 116 East Cherry Ave.
WATKINS toilet and household nec
essities and remedies for sale. Phone
the agent, from 7 to 8:30 a. m., and
from 5 to 7 p. m. Phono No. 255-W.
FOR SALE Nash touring car, good
condition; complete camping equip
ment included; $800.00, reasonable
terms. Necessary for owners to re
turn home by train. Telephone 158
for appointment 9-2-2tp.
ONE Guernsey and two Holstein cows,
all of them in milk, two fresh with
calves; will trade all or part for
good young farm team. J. D. Rupe,
Parks, Ariz. 9-2-4tp.
THE FEDERATED CHURCH
"They that wait upon the Lord shall
renew their strength," is a faithful "
and true saying. If you have not
tried the experience it may be just the
experience you need. Try it by at- i
tending church and Sunday school
next Sunday. It is time that we were
settling down after the summer vaca
tions. The special song service last
Sunday evening was well attended
and many expressed themselves as en
joying the service very much. We ex
pect to make that an extra feature
from now on. The message for next
Sunday morning will be for the good
of every American citizen, based on
Mark, 2:3-12. We are expecting to
have the best C. E. society meetings
this winter that we have ever had,
therefore we invite all young people
to come and co-operate with us. Let
all the members boost for a larger at
tendant at all services.
The public is always welcome.
W.'H. ZOOK, Pastor.
For campers a cook stove has been
invented that is heated with acetylene
from a portable tank. .