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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22,-1922
THE COCONINO :SUN
1 MMIHIlim I HI1MIIIIHIII IIIIIHMIllllH,
A worn-out Ford body, ben to a
new shape and covered with cretonne
makes a cute umberlln stand for the
(By "DEL.") !
Mostly nonsense, except in those rare intervals when a real idei -
comes along and is grabbed off. ' I
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looking car. A policeman grabbed
him and wanted to know "for phat
in the diwil he was drivin' so fast
for. He asked the young fellow his
his name. "Pat Malloy," was the
answer. "Phat do yez worrk at?"
asked the policeman. "I'm the sec
retary of the Knights of Columbus,"
said the culprit. "Well, phat in hell
did yez let thot big car back into yez
thot way for?" demanded the police
man. Jimmie Swinnerton, the artist-cartoonist,
says Uncle Bert White's wife
has her hands full nowadays. She has
to keep track of Uncle Bert's false
teeth and his specs. When he loses
one he can't see to cat and when he
loses the other he can't eat anyway,
and if Mrs. White didn't keep a close
watch he'd starve to death.
Sam Diamond says he was board
ing with a private family. The head
of the house kicked in the bathroom
aitd discovered his wife dead in the
bath-tub. He rushed to the head of
the stairs and called down to the hir
ed girl: ,
"Cook only two eggs for breakfast
dis morning, Mary!"
The spectators were greatly intrig
ued at Hotevilla, where the Hopi In
dian snake dance was held this year,
watching the mothers get their kids
ready for company. Most of the cer
emony consisted in searchingtareful
ly in the hair of the youngsters,
where tilings seemed frequently to be
found. Whatever these things were,
the mothers ate them Which sug
gested to Lou Kelly the thought that
if they'd only use scientific methods
and grow them bigger it would solve
the Hop! food problem. They could
eat the Hopis just as they do now,
an' the Hopis could cat them, just as
they do now. Tom McCullough said
ho didn't think the plan would work
out, because if the game got as big
as that prob'ly they'd include them
in the game laws and only have open
season a month or so in the year.
Took Jim Rupo up to see Lowell
Observatory the other night. Earl
Sliphcr was pointing the big telc
scipe. Jim looked out in the direc
tion the telescope was pointing and
just then a star fell.
"My Gawd, that feller sure is a
crack shotl" Jim exclaimed.
Carl Mayhew says the meanest man
he ever knew, when asked by his
stenographer for a salary increase,
told her she spent too much for liv
ing expenses and if she'd lick the en
velopes instead of wetting them with
a spongo she'd get along with one
less meal a day.
Milt Powers emphasized a point the
other day by telling a story which
his hearers laughed so hard over they
forgot the point Milt was trying to
make. A man driving a Ford ran
around a corner and into a big fine
That new lid of Uncle Bert's is sure
some classy dicer. Old one must have
After the preacher tells 'em they're
one, he's likely to get a frying pan'
broken over his head trying to find
out wnicn one, remarks Ben Doney.
Jimmie told the Rotarians last week
about his travels with the special cars
of Roosevelt and Bryan, wnile they
were campaigning for the presidency.
Teddy had an old fellow who always
appeared in the crowd when he spoke
at the railroad stations, and Teddy
would reach over and exclaim, "Why,
here's my old friend, Jim Jones!"
Then the old fellow would beat it to
the next town before the candidate's1
Bryan dissipated on apple pie and
milk. A whole pie and a gallon of
milk was lunch for hirn, a dozen or so
times a day. When Jimmy joined the
press crowd on his private campaign
car, seven different newspaper cor
respondents in turn introduced him to
Bryan during tho first hour. Each
time Bryan, his eyes bleary with milk,
would shake Jimmy's hand and tell
him he was glad to meet him. Then
Adlai Stevenson, the decrepit old can
didate for vice-president, grabbed
Jimmy and lugged him forward and
introduced him to Bryan. The latter
looked up through the film of milk
and asked: "Haven't I met you some
time before?" "Yes, I've been intro
duced to you seven times during the
la.st hour," said Jimmie.
Candidates for office have an aw
ful lot to go through. Here the other
day Walter Durham was telling Judge
Jones, candidate for re-election, Shor
ty Prather and myself, about a fel
low who used to be here who had
both arms cut off at the shoulder,
but who, with his toes, tied his own
necktie, made wooden boxes, played
cards, threw knives at a wall against
which stood another man, sticking
them in the wall all around him so
close he couldn't get away, and shot
matches out of the teeth of neonle.
Judges Jones took it all in politely,
exclaiming at the marvelous dexterity
of the cripple, but me'n Shorty, we
just? laffed an' told Walter he was
sure1 some dcxt'rous hisownself.
Adam sure missed a rood bet when
he failed to have love copyrighted. If
he'd been collecting royalties ever
oinnn lfil Iia ...nil fi,.l I... .. T1j.k
Bun no u ire wcii Auveu uy jiuw. .rruu-
aoiy could have bought back the gar
den of Eden. It would have been
A-dam fine thing for Eve, too, for she
could have afforded something better
man uare-sKin to wear.
uear u u. 1 was m love with a
girl and my twin brother made her
think he was me and married her.
What can I do to get even A. T.
Die and let them bury him.
Davy Joy says never call a physi
cian "doqtor." If you do it'll cost you
$10 a visit Call him "doc," and he'll
only charge you ?5, and you can
stand him off for that.
J. B. Ormond says the most deft
use of the English language he ever
ran across was handed out by a dar
key on a Mississippi stieet car who
asked the conductor to "Please, sah,
procrastinate me at de nex' street"
The puzzled conductor finally got the
passenger to explain that what he
meant was that ne wanted to be put
on at tne next street, procrastinate
meaning put off.
SEVENTY, OUTRAN BEAR
Mrs..Gus Dillman came to town the
other day. She said her husband, who
is something over seventy, recently
am a mne down the side of the Han
Francisco peaks in nothing, flat He
was having a good time in a gooseber
ry patch, eating the berries, when he
saw a big she-bear and her cub reach
ing out for the bush he was trim
ming. He never knew, he went away
from there so fast, whether the old
bear chased him or not.
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By P. E. WARNER
Why is it that the Scout movement
has spread so rapidly, that so many
men are willing freely to give their
time and money to the work, and that
it is being recognized by our leading
educational institutions? Not simply
because it gives the boys a good time,
but because of something far more
important. It is because the boys
have a good time and scouting be
lieves that an abundance of whole
some fun is one of the divine prerog
atives of boyhood. But the Boy Scout
movement would be waning instead of
growing, if it existed solely for the
sake of a good time. The Scout move
ment has met with its widespread
success because it is meeting a real
need in the boy life of our land. It
helps to teach the boys resourceful
ness and self-control, and gives them
the ability to care for themselves in
the exigencies of life; it develops mor
ality and religion and patriotism, and
all of the great qualities which are
essential to the highest type of manhood.
WANT STATE GAME
(Continued from Page One.)
Ten thousand handbills be gotten
out, sent broadcast over the state and
then followed up by circular letters
asking all sportsmen to get behind
the game preservation movement. A
series of articles will be gotten up by
sportsmen familiar with our condi
tions and run in The Coconino Sun,
such conies to be marked and sent
out Naturally such broadcasting will
arouse tre best in a sportsman and it
is hoped that associations will be
started up over the state and that we
will soon be on a basis of 15 years
ago relative to amount of game.
Motion carried that the chair ap
point a publicity committee of three
to look after the above publicity pro
cram and A. J. Sullivan. Dean Eld-
ridge and Willis Brown were selected.
Charles Miller, the big game hunt
er, is an enthusiastic supporter of the
game preservation movement ana re
lated a number of instances of game
violation in the course of his work as
predatory animal exterminator. An
instance he related happend down in
the Blue River country. He ran
nriVisq ten or twelve deer hanging
up in a grove of small trees (out of
season) and wnen no goi in ioucn wim
a deputy of the state game warden's
office, said deputy said he would go
nVht nut and investigate. Some time
later, Mr. Miller saw this deputy and
asked him if he did anytning. ine
.loTintv Knia? "Well. no. but I threw
an awful scare into those fellows, and
say, by the way, I got one of tne
nrettiest little shotguns out of the
deal you ever laid eyes on." Mr. Mil
ler asked to be snown tne gun anu
found it was a measly $7 shotgun,
Another meeting scneauien ior
Wednesday, September 27.
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"No 1 didn't out tne rrencn pea
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Continued from Page Ten.
Mrs. J. C. Kester, R .l
J. C. Khester, R 2
Peter Schrocder, D 1
W. F. Wallace, R 1
J. D. Tannehill, D ...: 2,
'Fred Flatten, D 2
R. L. Van Deren, D 5
Del Strong, R 1
WILLIAMS NO. 1
B. F. Sweetwood, D 54
E. J. Nordyke, R 2
Geo. Bonner, D 2.
Jerrio Lee, R ! . 2
R. D. Mitchell, D., E. A. Miller, R.,
L. S. Williams, D., T. H. Cureton, R.,
J. V. Edwards, D., each one.
WILLIAMS NO. 2
L. S. Williams D 47
Ed Hunter, D -2
C. W. Elliott, R., Jas. Kennedy, D.,
B. F. Sweetwood, D., each one.
M. D. Boyett, D 2
J. O'Brien, D ... .... 3
Mike O'Brien, D., Mike O'Connor,
D., Johnson Curry, D., each one; R.
R. Fletcher, S., 3; R. W. Watson, R, 2.
UPPER OAK CREEK
J. Purtyman, R., G. R. Allen, D.,
James James, D., each one.
house every s
ay at a regular hour, carrying
umplete line of bakery goods I
It passes your
nnA trA rrAm.
Get what you want, fresh
daily, right at your door.
A. T. HOGAN,
Fred Myers, Commission Driver
W. F. Thomasson, D., H. D. Boulin,
D., each one.
E. T. McGonigle, D., 22.
J. G. Cockcroft, R., P. W. Johnson,
R., each one.
FLAGSTAFF LODGE No. S02. LOYAL OB
DER OF MOOSE, meet firtt and third
FricUy nleht each month at Ella Hall. Vlalt
Ine Moouj cordially Invited.
UliAS. W. 1.U1K, uiaiuir.
FRANK FA1RCIULD. Secretary.
FLAGSTAFF LODGE No. 11, I. O. O. Fv
Meetings every Monday nisht In Elka
Hall. Visiting members Invited to attend.
J. C. CLAKKE. Noble tirand.
D. E. WARD. Vice Grand.
A. A. FOSTER. Secretary.
E. C MILLS, Treasurer.
MOUNTAIN LODGE No. IS. K. OF P
Meeta in Elks hall every Wednetday nisht.
VlslUne KniEhU are cordially Invited to at
C. W. KNIGHT. C. a
W. E. BREWER. V. C.
J. C. CLARKE, K. of R. S.
T?LAGSTAFF REBEKAH LODGE No. 17
Meeta every second and fourth Thursday
nieht In month in Elks' Hall. Visitinx
members of the order cordially invited to at
tend. CORA E. MILLS. N. G.
BERTHA KINSEY, V. G.
ALICE CLARKE. Secretary.
EMMA LEIIR, Treasurer.
rjRAND CANYON CHAPTER No. 4, O. E. 8.
" Meeta on the second and fourth Tuesday
nights of each month, at 8 o'clock in F. & A.
M hall. Visiting members of the order an
ALTHEA WILSON. W. M.
DOUGLAS S. ROOME, W. P.
HENRIETTA MYERS. Secretary.
SARAH MANNING. Treasurer.
FLAGSTAFF LODGE No. T. F. & A.
TCjwnlr metfno. rn flrf TViw'j4.' nt i
month in Masonic Temple. Visiting brethren
invited to attend.
WALTER RUNKE. W. U.
N. G. LAYTON, Secretary.
TCLDEN LODGE No. 23. PYTHIAN SIS
XJ TERS MeeU every second and fourth
Friday nlcht of each month in Elka Halh
Visiting Pythians and Sisters are cordially
invited to attend.
CLEONE HOGAN, M. E. C
MYRTLE NEILL. E. S.
LILLIAN CONLEY, M. of R. C
TTNITED SPANISH WAR VETERANS
Fred E. Champlin Camp No. 4, Flaettaff.
Ariiona. MeeU first Saturday of each month
at 8 p. m. in the American Lesion room. All
Spanish War Veterans welcome. .
RUFUS II. MARINE, Commander
DANIEL HOGAN, Adjutant.
Report of the Condition of
The Arziona Central Bank
At Flagstaff, in the State of Arizona, at the close of business Sept. 15, 1922.
Loans and Discounts, less due from Directors . J3.005.760.31
I me from Uirectors --. ..- 720.72
Overdraft . 02!o4
uther uonus, btocks, securities, etc . 1,452,808.28
Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures
Real Estate . .
Specie . ..
Legal Tender and National Bank Notes
Exchanges for Clearing
Other Cash Items ..
Duo from State and National Banks, Approved Reserve Agents
Due from State and National Banks, not Reserpe Agents
Assets not included under above heads, ziz:
Capital Stock paid in
Undivided Profits, Less Current Exp. & Taxes & Interestipaid .
Individual Deposits subject to check
Demand Certificates of Deposit
Tima Certificates of Deposit
Cashier's checks outstanding
Due State and National Banks
Bills Payable ..
Bills Kediscountcu .....
.? 675.000.00 1
Slate of Arizona. County of Coconino, as.
I. J. P. Wilson. Cashier of the above named bank, dn ulmnl. . it.. iu. -i ..
statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. t
Subsciibed and sworn to before me this twentieth day of September. 1922.
(SEAL) My Commission Expiiea Dec. 4, 1924. ORINN C. COMPTON. Notary. TublicS
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M. I. POWERS.
C. J. WALTERS.
V t - . - - - - - - - - .-CD. WILSON. Directors.
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