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THE COCONINO SUN
FRIDAY, . SEPTEMBER 522, .1922
2 'If it's anything a first-class drugstore should have, we have it' 2
Pure, Good, Dependable Things
Johnsons & Johnson's Baby
Talcum. : , '
Bauer & Black's Baby Talcum.
Nyal Baby Talcum
Mermen's Baby Talcum
Mennen's anANestle's Foods ;
Horlick's Malted Milk.
Bottles, Nipples, Teething Rings.
Everything for the Baby.
BREEN-LEWIS DRUG CO. !
PHONE No. 58
LOCAL BREVITIES 1
Union Taxi Company. Phones 75
and 30. Advertisement.
The best tailored clothes for men.
Satisfaction or your money back, at
Jimmio Babbitt left a few days ago
for Washington, D. C, and his studies
at Georgetown University, that city.
Dr. C. W. Stone will remain here
until the 18th of Oct. only. If in need
of glasses, a postal card will bring
him to your home. Established 1899.
C. W. Hciser, who recently under
went two serious operations in Calif
ornia, is improving, and he may re
turn to Flagstaff with Mrs. Heiser
about the first of October.
Mrs. E. M. Robison left this week
for Milwaukee, where she will visit
with relatives for some time and then
go to California to join Captain Rob
ison, who is studying law at the Uni
versity of California, Berkeley.
Charlie Miller, big game hunter for
Uncle Sam, left a few days ago for
Greer, Arizona, where ho will work
for a month with the manager of the
Tom Mix moving picture outfit, las
sooing and doing other stunts with
bears, mountain lions, etc, for the
benefit of the fans of the silver
Topro-Peak brand soda water in
sterilized bottles. Advertisement
Going to the dance? Where?
When? Odd Fellows hall, Sept 22.
Rev. Father C. Vabre got home last
Saturday from Los Angeles and San
rxancisco, where he had been for a
week on business.
Hey kidsl Save 20 of our CLEAN
MAID bread wrappers, and return
them to the Bon Ton bakery for one of
our Kiddy Kites. Adv.
Mrs. J. C. Clarke has been appoint
ed by Governor Campbell as delegate
to the ISth annual meeting pf the
American Child Hygiene association,
Washington, D. C, October 12 to 14.
Lloya Van Deren, who has been
makintr almost daily triD3 ud from
Oak Creek with truckloads of the
good fruit they raise down that way,
is one of the boosters for building a
good road from Flagstaff to Yavapai
county by way of Oak Creek.
Mn and Mrs. Glenn W. Bright spent
last Friday here on business at the
local J. C. Penney store, and making
a brief visit to Mr. and Mrs. Wayland
Smith. Glenn likes his iob as man
ager of the Penney store at Winslow,
but he refuses to say that it suits mm
as well as did his similar job here.
S. E. Corner Beaver and Cherry Sts.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Home Cooked Meals Served Family Style
Table Board, $10 per week. Single Meals, 50c
Rooms at Moderate Rates.
THE COMMERCIAL CAFE
is the Best, Coolest and Cleanest Place to Eat
in Northern Arizona
Capable forQuick- Service and Courteous
Treatment in, every way ,
Special Chicken Dinner Every Sunday
il Arizona lumber and Timber Co
T. A. RIORDAN, President. M. J. RIORDAN, Secretary
I. B. KOCH, Vlce-Pres, Manager
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ham pint mini
i FLAGSTAFF ARIZONA
Union Taxi Company. Phones 75
and, SO. Advertisement.
Coats for women, from Hart Schaff
ner & Marx, at Sid Gassman's;
. . Bring your girl to the dance at the
Odd Fellows hall., Sept. 22. Adv.
Sam Diamond returned on Monday
from a two weeks business trip to
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Sykes visited
their sons, Harold and Guy, at Selig
mah on Sunday.
Will and Wes Marlar went to Phoe
nix' the last of last week on business,
''Mrs. Orinn Compton left, yesterday
for' Los Angeles, to visit her parents,
Mr; and Mrs. J. B. Nay.'
Anyone wishing to sell or buy a
fitv nr nnmitrv TinTWA nll nn ii A1
Dickinson & Son. Advertisement.
A fruit sale at Babbitt's curio
store,. on Sat, Sept. 23, from 2 to 6
p, m., by the ladies of the Altar So
Wilbur Frey is attending Tucson
high school, having received credit for,
the work he completed at Emerson
high last term. ,
Miss Mary Leedom arrived from
ably take charge of- her classes 1 at
Emerson on October 2.
Hey kids! Save 20 of our CLEAN
;MAID bread wrappers, and return
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mem xo me uon ion Daiceiy ior one or
our Kiaay Kiies. aqv.
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas S. Roome,'
Air. and jars. js. it. McCartney of
Jerome, and Mrs. Robert Cree took
a trip to Crater Lake on Sunday.
Miss Katie Bean is spending her
vacation at Santa Barbar( Calir., and
expects to return to Flagstaff soon,
to take up work at Emerson school.
Harry Shill, who teaches school at
Red Lake and pitches a verv srood
brand of baseball, spent Monday and
mesoay nere attending the county
Miss Catherine McMullen has ar-.
rived in Tempe, where she will take
work in the Normal school, it being
her plan to stay there until the spring
term, when she will return to N. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wilson have had
their home thoroughly remodeled and
made much larger, and as soon as
they get in an Areola steam heating
system will feel all fixed for cold
Mrs. Adelaide Gyber, who is visit
ing the cities of the state with Mrs.
D. O. 'Fort, modiste and milliner, go(;
back to Flagstaff on Sunday for a
three days' stay, Mrs. Fort arriving
Mr. and Mrs. Harlow Yaeger and
children returned Tuesday from their,
summer home at Oak Creek, where
they had been for several weeks, and
Harlow is rustling around getting
ready for the winter's work on his
Canyon Diablo sheep range.
Arthur Brown left the other day to
see how it seems to get his own bag
gage smashed. He will visit in De
torit and in Ohio cities for five or six
weeks and get limbered up for snap?
pier handling of the Santa Fe bag
gage when he gets home again. i
Judge and Mrs. F. W. Perkins left
on Monday in their car for Phoenix,
where the udge has a few days' work
to do in winding up his affairs as as?
sistant state attorney general, and
then he and his wife will come back
here and he will do some whirlwind
work in his campaign as the republi
can candidate for judge of the super
Dr. and Mrs. Lightburn and, son,
Elmhurst of New York, who' nave
been snendintr a nart of the summer
here, with Miss Ruth Lightburn, re
turned the latter part of last
week for their home in Phoenix.
Elmhurst Lightburn is a native .,of
Phoenix, but for several vears has
been holding a responsible official po
sition witn a targe hotel company in
New York City.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Johnston crot
home: late Wednesday night from an
automobile cruise of nearly three
weeks, during which they took in sev
eral of the towns cast, then Cooley,
St. Johns, Springerville, Pine, Pay
son, Roosevelt, Miami, Superior, Phoe
nix, Prescott and various other cities,
meeting Flagstaff people or former
Flagstaff people in every town except
Payson, where they stayed only a few
hours at night.
All wool mackinaws, $9.85, at Sid
Union Taxi Company. Phone 75
and 30. Advertisement
A hard time dance. Odd Fellows
nan. sept 22. Advertisement
Saratoga chips fresh., cooked in .the
best, salad oil obtainable at Brook's
Miss Theresa Yost left for Los An
geles yesterday for an extended visit
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Nelson, who
had been in Prescott a few days, got
home this week.
Hey kidst Save 20 of our CLEAN
,them to, the Bon Ton bakery for one of
our Kinay Kites. Adv.
I Mrs. C. A. Lewis, mother of U. J.
Lewis, arrived from Los Angeles on
Tuesday and will remain here for two
weeks or more visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Hard-time dance and box social to
night at Odd Fellows hall. Gents. 50c.
Ladies requested to bring lunch for
two, wnicn win be sold later for 50c.
County Farm Agent Francis Chis
solm went to the Oak Creek and Se
dona section on Sunday to spend a day
or so down there, seeing how' the
farmers, are coming on. Next week
he will, visit the farmers in the Fre
Taxpayers' and voters' attention
called to K. J. Nackard's adv., page
7, regarding Clark ranch for Flag
staff's new park. It is an interest
ing' article and is worth reading.
v Walter P. Phifer of Doney Park,
came in yesterday with some ears of
corn he ripened in an 8-acre patch he
has. The ears run ten inches to a
foot long, are perfectly filled out and
show that corn can be raised in this
William Keir, located at the Indian
school at Tuba City, 4s making plans
for a new cow barn at that jplace.
The building will be put up by instruc-i
tors and students, without outside
help. The structure will have a ca
pacity for 30 cows, and will be mod
ern in every particular.
Bl L. Dunn, who had been at Lake
Mary Camp for several weeks visiting
his daughter, Mrs. Estelle Lindsay,
one of the proprietors of the camp,
left on Sunday to return to his home
in Los Angeles. Mr. Dunn, who is a
retired lawyer, is in bad health and
found the elevation here too much for
Fred Reno, who for a long time had
charge of one of the Saginaw & Man
istee Lumber Co. logging camps north
of Bellemont, has retired from active
work for a- while and with his family
has moved to Flagstaff and are liv
ing at 7 N. Sitgreaves. Flagstaff peo
ple will be glad to gain their new
One of the horses recently stolen
from Jim Roscow, manager of the
Babbitt stables, got back from Payson
Monday, being ridden up by a young
man who rode another horse down
there for the Evans school for boys.
The other horse, stolen at the same
time, was so badly wounded by the
officer who shot it while shooting at
the'" thieves who had just shot him,
that it was given to a Payson boy.
RlllHUIMIIIIKHIH IMIMtlimi tMIIIIIMIIIHIIMIItllMMO
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The buying of real es- 1
tate proves that a man's
brains are oiled with the I
oil of common sense.
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SUNDAY, SEPT. 24
A Benj. B. Hampton Production,
"The Gray Dawn"
From the, novel by Stewart Edward. White. A gripping melodrama
of the early days of San Francisco. Also two-reel Sennett comedy,
Matinee, 3 p. m., 10c, 25c, 35c. Night, 8 o'clock, lower floor re
served, 50c; balcony, 35c; children, 25c.
FRIDAY, SEPT. 2d v
o, ::. Jackie Coogan ;.; m
.'.'.", In . .-' v'vV l$ft'1
Also single reel Lloyd comedy. Lower floor reserved, 50c; balcony,
35c; children, special, 10c. Special matinee at 4 p. m. ,10c, 25c,- 35c.,
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Concrete Sewer Pipe
Superior quality made local-'
ly, at a less j)rice than they
can be had from any other
Urn Quarry I Concrete Co.
G. T. HERRINGTON, Manager
. Big value overalls, heavy, $1.25 at
Flannel shirts, $2.50 at Sid Gassr
Selected for Good
Quality and Design
J. H. FROHMILLER
Roy G. Scanlon
I 20 N. San Francisco St.
1 Phone 185. Flagstaff, Aril.
I Phone 30.
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AND you can be sure of getting Arcola with
Ix. z radiator in each room. This Fall it may
be different. Last Fall so many people wanted
Arcola at- the last minute that there weren't
enough of these wonderful hot-water' heating
systems to go around. Our advice is to come now,
while we have more time to do the work than wc
will have later on t
ARCOLA at lowest prices
For instance, here are approximate figures for
Arcola completely installed to heat:
3-Rooms ARCOLA with 2 radiators $ 27S
4-Rooms ARCOLA with 3 radiators 1 38S
5-Rooms ARCOLA with 4 radiators $ 440
6-Rooms ARCOLA with 5 radiators $ 620
Call or phone and get exact cost for your home
WILSON & COFFIN
PLUMBING, HEATING AND yKT
AUTO ACCESSORIES yfEr
Making Better American
GOOD MEN AND r'V.CJMEfr come;
from good homes, and; good. menv
and women make good homes. An
endless chain of healthy influences start in
the good home; the good home is the leaven
that leaveneth the whole lump of society.
It is the buttress and support of the school,
the community, the state and the nation.
FLAGSTAFF LUMBER CO.
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