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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1922
THE COCONINO SUN
Save on Painting
There's One Way to Do It It is This
THE only method by which
you can save on the cost of
Eainting is to paint when your
ouse needs it and to use the best
paint for the work.
Paint makes repairs unneces
sary. ' Paint costs less than re
pairs. Therefore you 3ave by
painting when your house
The best paint spreads more
easily it saves on labor cost It
covers more area per gallon than
Bat most important, tho beat paint
serve fire or more years longer than
"cheap" paint. Tho best paint costs
less in the long run.
We're made the best paints for 73
years. They contain the finest ma
terials. For example, the white lead
we use-PIONEER WHITE LEAD
is super-purified and ground so fine
that it will pass through a silk screen
with 30,000 meshes to the square inch.
Pure lin.-d oil, pure zinc, and pure
colors rcscerials of the finest quality
are combined in Fuller's House Paints
in scientifically exact proportions with
Ak oar tfeal for Mc,
olor card, etc.
Aek the Fuller Specific. ;
tloa Department about th
Baoet dealnble color aehemea,
color harmony and any other
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Floor Taint, AU-Purpoie
Enamel. Flftn fAriCTnare
Virnlio, Waihable Wall FlnUh, Auto Enema!,
Bam and Roof Paint, Forrh and Step Faint,
and PIONEER WHITE LEAD.
Phoenix Pure Paint
Pure Prepared Paint
Manufactured by W. P. Fuller & Co., Dept. 16, San Francisco
Branches In IS Cltiet la the Wt
Iff hoaso need plUaf Fnller 3pcifictla Hon Paint are eold hj the following Ageatal
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Los Angeles, California
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I COUNTY CHRONOLOGY I
Compiled from the Files of The Coconino Sun, !
Twenty Years Ago This Week. I
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Martha, five-year-old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Campbell, died of
Sandy Donahue has returned to his
old haunts from Prescott.
M. J. Riordan, C. MrFunston and
John Claik attend the republican ter
ritorial convention in Yuma.
George Hoxworth resigned as
school trustee and succeeded by P. R.
Don Keller, the barber, left for
Texas, where he expects to remain.
George Sullivan elected exalted ru
ler local Elks lodge.
Forest Ranger B. II. Crow promot
ed t first-class ranger.
Patrick Fenton commissioned as
forest ranger and leaves for Grand
Canyon with Ranger A. T. Tart, who
has been transferred from the San
Tom Lockett and family drove over
land from Nebraska. Mr. Lockett
goes on to Los Angeles t6 visit his
brother, Joseph, who is sick there.
James Waggoner in from Beaver
Creek, recovering from broken leg,
result of a runaway while riding
C. J. Stagner and Miss Petrata
Whittington, daughter of Mrs. A. Q.
Rounsville of Williams, married.
Gaudulupe Gonsalez, who shot
Henry Melim at Williams recently,
brought back from Los Angeles by
Deputy Sheriff R. J. Walker.
The Moqui (Hopi) Indians are
living a simple patriarchal life, such
as Jacob lived centuries ago. Some
of the men till the desert sand and
raise scanty crops of corn and melons,
-while others drive their little flocks
of sheep for many miles in search of
the thinly-scattered grazing patches.
We walked to the doonvay of a
house, receiving the hearty "Lolomai".
If we admired the graceful pottery of
the wife and mother (to think of her
as a squaw is sacrilege) or praised
the coloring and design of the mas
ter's blankets, Jhey were "Lolomai."
This wonderful word expresses the
goodness of the Deity, as well as
peace, happiness, welcome, being of
itself typical of the character of this
ancient race of little brown men.
A sketch of these queer people and
their home is interesting.
Their innocence is childlike; unchas
tity is unknown and all hold in rev
erence the aged and infirm. The
children wear no clothing until sev
eral years old, when they don a loose
cotton shirt. This is sufficient for
the boys until they are nearly grown,
but the girls soon appear in more
elaborate costumes of dark woolen
skirts, calico waists and bright col
ored blankets worn as shawls.
If a maiden has wealthy parents,
she is given a string of silver beads
to hang about her neck and a leath
er belt hung with large oval discs of
silver. These latter are often beau
tifully engraved by the hand of a
The houses generally have several
rooms, the Jarge front room facing
the outer street, or an inner court
yard. The walls are very thick, made
of flat stones, plastered inside and
out with mud. The roof is flat,-constructed
of closely-laid poles, support
ing a layer ot sua-dried mud and sand
that soon becomes as hard as solid
rock. In turn, this becomes the door
yard or else the floor of the next tier
of houses, and so continuing for four
or five stories, our modern apartment
house being merely an adaptation of
this very old style of architecture.
The pueblo is a succession of sev
eral hollow squares, with her and
there an opening .to the street that
runs entirely around it at the outside
edge of the cliff. At Walpi the walls
of the cliff are almost perpendicular
for the height of a thousand feet,
rendering the pueblo impregnable,
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and their tradition of having occupied
this site four hundred or moie years
is not improbable.
Upon the southeastern side of the
pueblo has been left an open space
considerably wider than any of the
rest of the roadway. At the western
nd of this space stands the great
dance rock, being similar to the mush
room formations so common in the
Garden of the Gods, only more mas
sive, for it towers twenty feet above
the floor, which has been worn smooth
by the passage of thousands of moc
casined feet. Here for centuries have
these people performed the sacred
tes of their worship, and it was
here that we witnessed their awful
ceremonies of propitiation to the sun,
and prayer lor tho rain upon which
their very existence depends. Strange,
was it not, but upon the night of
their great festival, there came a ter
rific storm, flash after flash of blind
ing lightning, followed instantly by
deafening crashes of thunder and ac
companied by torrents of lain. Lolo
mai 1 The great Manitou was pleased.
TO CHARGE RANCHER
WITH FIRST DEGREE
MURDER FOR KILLING
A complaint charging murder in
the first degree was filed in the
Tempe precinct justice court against
W. R. Collier in connection with the
fatal shooting of R. C. Elliott at the
Elliott ranch south of Tempe.
At an inquest into Elliott's death
a coroner's jury in Tempe returned a
verdict that Elliott came to his death
as the result of a gunshot wound in
flicted at the hands of Collier. The
latter and Mrs. Elliott, were the prin
cipals among several witnesses.
Testimony of Mrs. Elliott followed
practically the story of the shooting,
which she witnessed with her two
small children, told by her to offic
ers after the surrender of Collier af
ter the shooting Sunday afternoon.
She related a conversation alleged to
have taken place between the two
men on the lanch house porch just
prior to the shooting. Previously
Mrs. Elliott refused to divulge the
substance of the conversation reserv
ing details until she got on the stand.
She and Elliott were on the porch
applying iodine to an injury on her
little girl's foot, she testified, when
Collier came out of the house and
said, "Come on, let's go to a show."
Her husband, she asserted, told
Collier that she was not goinjr to a
show with him and Collier answered,
"Oh. yes. she is." Elliott then re
peated his former statement and Col
lier opened fire on him with an au
tomatic revolver, the witness contin
ued. During an ensuing scuffle be
tween the two men, Mrs. Elliott said,
she succeeded in gaining possession of
the gun and Elliott then started for
the automobile standing nearby, while
Collier entered the house and got a
shotgun, she asserted. She declared
Collier returned with the weapon, ran
to the stalled machine in which El
liott sat, and shot him.
Taking the stand Collier declared
that he had shot Elliott because of
threats made by the latter against
him. Under cross examination the
only person he named as having heard
threats made by Elliott was Collier's
HOW TO BUNK AND
BE A U. S. SENATOR
Tho Daily News asked members of
the U. S. senate: "What are the es
sential qualifications of a senator?"
Replies are being published daily. The
one below is by Henry F. Ashurst,
"In my opinion the essential quali
fications of a United States senator
"A thick hide.
"A strong stomach.
"A clear conscience.
"A high purpose.
"A low risibility.
"A white ideal.
"A hot foot and a cool head.
"The courage to say 'no!'.
"Remember the common people and
forget your own self.
"Never to hurl the porcelain of
your theories against the iron of
"To remember that a man who can
keep still in one language will out
distance the man who speaks well in
ten, and, finally, in the language of
Claude Swanson, 'when in doubt, do
right.' "Washington Daily News.
INTEREST STOPS ON
THE VICTORY NOTES
All four and three-quarter per cent
Victory Notes, otherwise known as U.
S. Gold Notes of 1922-23, which bear
the distinguishing letters A. B. C. D,
E or F, prefixed to their serial num
bers, are called for redemption on
December 15, 1922, and will then
cease to bear interest. Your banker
will tell you what to do to redeem
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MISSING GIRL DRESSED AS
BOY FOUNDjN ARKANSAS
Eula Cox, 16-year-old Prescott girl,
who disappeaied from her home al
most two months ago, has been locat
ed near Little Rod:, Ark., according
to word received from the sheriffs
office at the Arkansas city.
Miss Cox, who has been traveling
in the disguise of a boy, was found
camped near Little Rock. She is being
held pending the arrival of a deputy
from this state, who will bring her
back to Prescott.
The girl's father, who is a painter,
and lives near the old ball park, is
anxious for the return of his daugh
ter. Nearly two months ago Eula disap
peared from her home here, and it was
suspected, was disguised in boy's
clothing. The last thing the girl did
before leaving was to go down in the
flat back of the old ice house and cut
off her hair. Locks of brown hair
lying around on the ground bore mute
witness to the girl's act
At first it was thought she had
gone to the Verde to visit her grand
parents. A trip to the ranch there,
however, dispelled this hope, and the
case was put in the hands of the sher
iff and county attorney. Since then
word of the girl has been sought
throughout the west.
CARD OF THANKS
I take the opportunity of thanking
my friends who were loyal and stood
by me, and greatly appreciate all you
did for me in the primary.
F. L. PATTON.
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ORDINANCE NO. 248
ORDER AND NOTICE FOR SPEC
IAL BOND ELECTION TO BE
HELD IN THE TOWN OF FLAG
STAFF, ARIZONA, ON MONDAY,
THE 2ND DAY OF OCTOBER, A.
AN ORDINANCE CALLING A
SPECIAL ELECTION IN AND FOR
THE TOWN OF FLAGSTAFF, CO
CONINO COUNTY, ARIZONA, FOR
THE PURPOSE OF SUBMITTING
TO THE PROPERTY TAX-PAYERS
AND WHO ARE IN ALL OTHER
RESPECTS QUALIFIED ELECTORS
OF SAID TOWN, THE QUESTION
OF BORROWING MONEY AND IS
SUING BONDS OF SAID TOWN IN
THE AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL
SUM OF SIXTY THOUSAND DOL
LARS ($60,000) AND THEREBY IN
CUR AN INDEBTEDNESS IN EX
CESS OF FOUR PER CENTUM OF
THE VALUE OF THE TAXABLE
PROPERTY IN SAID TOWN, FOR
THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING
FUNDS WITH WHICH TO PUR
CHASE GROUND FOR A PUBLIC
PARK, AND IMPROVE AND
BEAUTIFY THE SAME IN AND
FOR SAID TOWN, PROVIDING
THE TERM OF SAID BONDS, THE
RATE OF INTEREST TO BE PAID
THEREON, WHEN SUCH INTER
EST SHALL BE PAID, THE DATE
OF MATURITY OF SAID BONDS,
FIXING THE DETAILS OF SAID
ELECTION AND REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES, ORDERS OR RES
OLUTIONS OF SAID TOWN IN
CONFLICT HEREWITH AND DE
CLARING AN EMERGENCY.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE
TOWN OF FLAGSTAFF, COCONI
NO COUNTY, ARIZONA, AND THE
MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL
THEREOF, As follows:
Section 1: That a special election is
hereby called and ordered to be held
at the City Hall In the Town of Flag
staff, Coconino County, Arizona, on
Monday, to-wit: the 2nd day, of Octo
ber, A. D. 1922, between the hours of
8 A. M., and 6 P. M., for the purpose
of submitting to the property tax
payers who are in all other respects
qualified electors of the said town for
their vote and determination at said
election the following question:
Shall the Town of Flagstaff,
Coconino County, Arizona, be au
thorized to borrow money and is
sue coupon bonds of said town in
the aggregate principal sum of
Sixty Thousand Dollars ($60,000)
and thereby incur an indebted
ness in excess of four per centum
of the value of the taxable prop
erty in said town for the purpose
of providing funds with which, to
purchase ground for a public park
and improve and beautify the
same in and for said town.
The said bonds to be sixty
in number, numbered from
1 to 60 inclusive, of the de
nomination of $1,000 each, dated
November 1. 1922, bearing inter
est at the rate of six per centum
per annum, payable semi-annually,
the first days of November
and May of each year and ma
turing serially $5,000 on the 1st
day of November in each of the
years A. D. 1938 to A. D. 1949,
both jears inclusive?
Section 2: That the polling place
for said election is the City Hall of
said town and polls shall be open at
the hour of 8 o'clock A. M. on said
day at said place and shall remain op
en until the hour of 6 o'clock P. M
of said day when they shall be closed
and the following tax-payers who are
in all other respects qualified elec
tors of said town are hereby appointed
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tankful of "Red Crown" and then
watch how yourengine performs.
Watch it on the hills. Every
drop of "Red Crown" vaporizes
rapidly and uniformly in the car
buretor and is consumed com
pletely in the cylinders. You get a
continuous stream of power
more mileage at lower cost.
ity you won't need to bother
with carburetor adjustments if
you fill your tank with "Red
Crown" and nothing else.
Fill at the Red Crown sign
at Service Stations, garages and
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judges and clerks respectively to con
duct said election:
J. C. MILLIGAN,
Inspector of Election.
MRS. W. H. NORMAN,
MRS. AGNES POUTHIE
Judges of Election.
MRS. S. S. ACKER,
PAUL S. COFFIN,
Clerks of Election.
Marshal of Election.
Section 3: That the town clerk is
hereby authorized, ordered and direct
ed to cause notice of said election to
be given as provided by law by caus
ing a copy of this ordinance properly
headed as follows:
ORDER AND NOTICE FOR SPEC
IAL BOND ELECTION TO BE
HELD IN THE TOWN OF FLAG
STAFF, ARIZONA, ON MONDAY,
THE 2ND DAY OF OCTOBER, A.
to be posted in at least five publfc
places within said town and at the
polling place in said town at least
twelve days prior to the date set for
said election and by causing a copy
of this ordinance to be published in
The Coconino Sun, the official news
paper of said town in five consecu
tive weekly issues of said paper im
mediately preceding the date of said
election and said election shall be
held and the results thereof canvass
ed in all respects as provided by law.
Section 4: That the town clerk is
hereby authorized, ordered and direct
ed to cause the ballots to be used at
said election to be prepared, and fur
nished to the judges and clerks at
said election to be by them furnished
to the qualified electors and said bal
lots shall be printed or written upon
plain white paper and shall have
printed thereon the question to be
submitted at said election as herein
provided, and the words "Bonds, Yes,"
and "Bonds, No," with proper instruc
tions as to the manner in which the.
electors shall express their choice.
Section 5: It being necessary for
the immediate preservation of the
public peace, health and safety, that
the Town of Flagstaff procure funds
as soon as possible forthe purpose for
which said bonds are .to be issued, an
emergency is hereby declared to exist
and this ordinance shall be in full
force and effect immediately after its
passage and approval by the mayor.
Section 6: All ordinances, resolu
tions, orders or parts thereof In con
flict herewith are hereby repealed.
PASSED by the Common Council
the 31st day of August, A. D 1922.
APPROVED by the Mayor this 31st
day of August, A. D., 1922.
T. E. PULLIAM,
C. W. ISHAM,
UNITED STATE LAND OFFICE,
AT PHOENIX, ARIZONA
State of Arizona.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that the
State of Arizona, under the provis
ions of the Act of Congress, approved
June 20,v1910 (36 Stats., 557), has
filed in this office, its School Indem
nity Land Selection, applying to se
lect as indemnity, the lands described
List No. 4062 Serial No. 054215:
In T. 23N., R. IE., SW4 NEii; SE
Y NW; NE SW; NWU SE4
List No. 4069 Serial No. 054245:
In T. 26N., R. 7E., E& of Section 24.
In T. 26N., R. 8E., SE SW& Sec
List No. 4072 Serial No. 054242:
In T 26N., R. SE., All Section 10.
List No. 4073 Serial No. 054241:
In T. 26N., R. SE., All Section 12.
List No. 4074 Serial No. 054240:
In T.,26N., R. 8E., AH Section 14.
List No. 4075 Serial No. 054239:
In T. 26N., R. 8E., All Section 20.
List No. 4076 Serial No. 054238:
In T. 26N., R. 8E., All Section 22.
List No. 4077 Serial No. 054237:
In T. 26N R. 8E., All Section 24.
List No. 4078 ferial No. 054236:
In T. 26N., R. 8E., All Section 26.
List No. 4079 Serial No. 054235:
In T. 26N., R. 8E., All Section 28.
List No. 4080 Serial No. 054234:
In T. 26N., D, 8E., Lots 1, 2, 3, 4;
S N; SE; N SWK; SW
SWtt Section 4.
List No. 4081 Serial No. 054233:
In T. 26N., R. 8E., Lots 1, 2, 3, 4; E
Vi W&; E& Section 30.
(G. & S. R. B. & M.)
During the five weeks period of
publication of this notice or any time
thereafter and before final approval
and certification this office will re
ceive protests or contests as to any
of the tracts applied for and trans
mit the same to the General Land Of
fice. Dated at Phoenix, Arizona, August
SCOTT WHITE, Receiver,
JOHN R. TOWLES, Register.
Date of first publication, Sept. 1,
1922; date of last publication, Sept.
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