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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1922
THE COCONINO SUN
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S . and Seller. Use This Column It Pays.
FOR SALE 6-ROOM FURNISHED
house with bath and large lot. In
quire Weatherford Pool Hall. Phone
FOR RENT 6-ROOM (FURNISH
ed house, close to Normal. Inquire
Weatherford Pool Hall. Phone 143.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS.
Apply 222 N. Sitgreaves St. tf
FOR SALE About 50 sacks suitable
for potatoes or grain. Phone 261W.
FOR SALE HOT BLAST HEAT
ing stove, electric washing machine,
baby carriage. Snaps, Call 157.
FOR SALE ELECTRIC WASHING
machine, with wringer attached, in
excellent condition. Half price.
Mrs. E. M. Robison, 522 N. San
Francisco St 9-8-2t-pd
ALL KINDS OF PHONOGRAPHS
and sewing machines repaired. Sul
livan & Taylor Furniture Store.
SIX PER CENT LOANS MAY BE
secured for any purpose on farm
lands, irrigated lands, to buy or
build homes, city or farm, under
our first mortgage certificates.
Bankers Reserve Deposit Co., Gas &
Electric Bldg., Denver, Colorado.
FOR SALE SEED
RYE M. F.
DODGE TOURING CAR, in good me
chanical condition, new rubber,
$425. Ford touring, with starter
and 4-speed attachment, $325. Ford
coupe, $325. Studebaker Four,
$300, Babbitt's Garage; Flagstaff.
FOR RENT COTTAGES FUR
nished for housekeeping, city water
in each cottage. Use of telephone.
Two miles east of Flagstaff on
National highway. Phone 123R4.
Mrs. Greenlaw. 9-1-22-tf
FOR RENT MODERN THREE
room house, desirable location, very
comfortable for small family. En
quire Johnson Cleaning Service.
FOR SALE CHEAP BUICK
roadster, like new, perfect condi
tion, extra equipment. Phone 331. tf
S. F. Quay left for Los Angeles on
Tuesday, and will be away on a vaca
tion for a few weeks.
Dr. and Mrs. L. B. McMullen went
to Stoneman Lake last Friday, return
ing to Flagstaff on Wednesday.
Ray Prochnow and T. E. McCul
lough left on Saturday to attend the
American Legion convention in Doug
las on Monday, Tuesday and Wednes
day. Mrs. J. H. Harper returned home
some days ago, alter an extended visit
to her daughter, Mrs. John Hewlett,
and her son, Fred Wiley, in Chicago.
Mrs. Harper visited other relatives
during her trip east.
Mr. and Mrs. Erie M. Poison were
here a couple of times this week,
while Erie stored up a few more votes
to put him over big as state repre
sentative at the next election and also
talked Maxwell car to a few prospects.
No. 12 South Beaver
Rimrinv. Kentember 24.
Bible school, 9:45 a. m.
Communion and address, 10:45 a.
m. Subject "Books and Bookkeeping
7:45 p. m. Song service.
Farewell address, although I may
be here one or two more Lord's days.
All invited. GEO. L. THORPE,
1 Take Baby to CARSON,
f for best results
Graduate Teacher of an
announces opening of
810 W. Birch Ave., '
October 1, 1922.'
Theory of Music
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A PROPOSITION OF EXTREME
merit offered local representative.
Box 263, Phoenix, Arizona. 9-8-71
WANTED MAN WHO UNDER-
stands frough carpenter work, to
put up fence. ' Inquire H. Hilkins,
at Babbitt's Meat Market. 9-22-lp
IT OR RENT MODERN FURNISH
ed house, 6 rooms, furnace heated;
also small house. Phone 31-W. tf
FOR RENT TWO NEATLY FUR-
nished rooms, board if desired. Call
at 124 W. Aspen avenue. 9-8-22-tf
WANTED NAMES AND AD
dresses of Christian people who
will promise to -pray for a revival
to sweep over Arizona. Robert Mc
Murdo, Goodyear, Arizona. 9-l-4t
BABY CHICKS HEAVY LAYING
strain; mature early. Guarantee
full count, safe arrival within 72
hours of L. A. Pioneer Hatchery,
320 S. Spring., Los Angeles, Cal.
FOR SALE TWO WORK HORSES,
weight 1200 lbs. each. Four work
mules, 1200 lbs.,' each, ages 6 to 9
years. Three sets work harness.
Camp south of ball park, Flagstaff.
FOR RENT THREE ROOM FUR
nished house-keeping apartment
with bath. 616 North Beaver St
BIG BODH3D WOOD AND COAL
heating stove, scarred but healthy,
and able to keep the cold out of a
quarter-section building; together
with enough pipe to carry the
smoke over the Peaks. Yours for
$10 if you'll truck it away. May be
interviewed any day at The Sun of
fice. FOR SALE FIRST-CLASS MILCH
cow; will milk all winter, 5 gal. per
day. W. E. Brewer, A. L. & T. Co.
FOR SALE CHANDLER SIX, AL
SO one light 5-passenger touring
car. Inquire at Brown's jewelery
FOR SALE ONE LIGHT FORD
truck, new top, seat covers, radia
tor and Stromberg carburetor. Can
be seen at Carron Implement Co.
Price $175. Allin Greenlaw. tf
LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS.
Phone 266-M. 8-25-tf
Better merchandise for less, at Sid
Lemon Crush in sterilized bottle.
Levi Montgomery spent part of last
week in Phoenix.
Order slabs now for next winter.
Rates. Frank Bennett Advertise
ment Frank Spear ha3 been ill for about
ten days at the home of his brother,
C. J. Spear, 209 Cottage avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Chapman and
daughter, Audrey Flagstaff, left yes
terday for San Francisco, where Mr.
Chapman will enter business.
Elder B. M. Child, Mormon mission
ary, who had been here for a week or
so, left the first part of this week
for the central part of the state.
Ira Hart came in from his stock
range south of here to visit his fam
ily. Mrs. Hart is back to good health
after her recent operation at Mercy
While canning tomatoes last Fri
day, Mrs. T. W. Crump was severely
injured by the explosion of one of the
cans, which was under steam tres-
sure, badly burning her face. Her
leit eye was swollen shut, but vision
was not impaired.
Mrs. Claire Jordan, the charming
and energetic editor of the Holbrook
News, in which she has authority to
slam her husband, the attorney any
time he gets officious, passed through
here Saturday morning on her way to
Grand Canyon for a couple days' rest
from hard work.
Master Thomas Ralph Dent arrived
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George
Dent on Saturday, September 16th,
while Mr. and Mrs. George were at
home expecting him;; it does seem
rather strange that though they had
never seen him before, they knew his
name right away.
THE FEDERATED CHURCH
"The man that wandereth out of the
way of understanding shall remain
in the congregation of the dead.'
Prov. 21:16. Surely there are 'many
wanderers on the face of the earth
today. Some have no hope and no
aim. There are some who will,,not
learn. Some who do not care for the
vital things of life. James says: "If
any man lack wisdom, let him ask of
God." The church of God is the
source and channel of Godly wisdom.
"The wages of sin is death." O, why
will ye diet Our door stands with
open doors to all who will come and
worship with us. The Sunday school
is interesting and helpful. The Chris
tion Endeavor is a good training for
Christian workers. We try to preach
the real gospel of Jesus Christ in the
sermons. The subject for the sermon
next Sunday morning will be: "The
Conditions of Sonship." The evening
message will be of equal importance.
Remember the Y. M. C. A. older boys'
conference to be held in Flagstaff
October 6 to 8. Great speakers will
be here. Read the program in this
paper next week.
v W. H. ZOOK, Pastor.
Munson last army shoes, $4.45 at
Those' delicious Saratoga chips at
the Brooks store.
Have you tried the tfresh Saratoga
chips at Brook's store? Fresh, clean,
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Moran and Mary
Marjorie went to T,ucson a few days
ago to visit Mrs. Charles E. Franklin.
Hey kidsl Save 20 of our CLEAN
MAID bread wrappers, and return
them to the Bon Ton hillferv fnr nnn nf
our kiddy kites. Adv.
Mrs. George Jennings, who has been
the guest of her mother, Mrs. A. B.
Brown for a few weeks, left Timsri.iv
for her home in Pasadena.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lennon have
moved from their home on Elm ave
nue, and will stay at the Mansion
house. Mrs. Lennon will soon take
charge of the curio department at
Miss Dorothy Hydo has arrived
safely at Santa Fe, and is busy with
ner course or study at the Loreto
academy, music and typewriting be
ing two of the subjects in which she
is especially interested.
Kenneth Lennon left on Saturday
for Tucson, where at the state uni
versity he will take an electric en
gineering course. He may attend one
year and then transfer to the Califor
nia School of Technology at Pasadena.
Rev. W. H. Zook left Wednesday for
Raton, N. M., to attend the M. E.
Spanish conference. He will return
tomorrow. An effort is being made to
secure a resident pastor for the
Spanish mission, as Miss Gertrude
Linney expects to leave for Los An
geles to attend the Bible institute.
HOLD CHILD HYGIENE
CONFERENCE NEXT WEEK
Final arrangements have been com
pleted for the Flagstaff Child Hygiene
conferences, which will bo held on
Wednesday and Thursday next week
nt the Presbyterian church, opposite
the court house. The sessions will
take place in the mornings from 9
to 12, and in the afternoons at 1:30.
The purpose of the conference will be
to eive nhvsical examination to hil-
dren who are not sick, ranging in age
irom six monins to six years, and it
is honed that .ill nnronra will tnVo nn
interest in this matter. Mothers wish
ing to make appointments for exam
ination of children should phone to
Mrs. E. H. Wheat tomorrow morning
from 9 to 12. or to Mrs. E. D. Rnhhitt
from 9 to 12 Monday or Tuesday.
Anyone finding it inconvenient to
'phone Mrs. Babbitt or Mrs. Wheat
should fill out the following blank,
and mail it to Miss Rosa Bouton,
Home Demonstration Acent. Flacrs-
Mother's Name .
P. O. Box R. F. D
Time of day appointment is
The conference is being directed by
Miss Ella L. Bates, the field nurse of
the child hygiene division of the Ari
zona State Board of Health, Miss
Freda Johnson, school nurse, and Miss
Rosa Bouton. with the assistance of
prominent ladies of Flagstaff.
Having bought and taken charge of the
meat department at the C. A. Black grocery
store, I respectfully request its patrons to
continue their patronage of the market.
I shall continue to handle eastern beef
and the best of all other meats, and at the
lowest possible price consistent with quality.
Thanking you for your patronage and as
suring you of my desire to give good values
and the best service,
Fritz. T. Schuerman
Meat Market Phone 91.
Union Taxi Company. Phones 75
and 30. Advertisement
Mrs. J. L. Wight, who has been
ill for some time, is improving.
All our bottles thoroughly steriliz
ed. Skylight City Bottling Works.
Mrs. B. T. Brinton and Mrs. New
man went to the Grand Canyon over
the week-end, returning on Monday.
The new fall lines of everything
that men wear have been received at
Sid Gassman's. Better values than
For rent Modern 3-room house,
desirable location, very comfortable
for small family. Enquire Johnson
Cleaning Service. It Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayland Smith left
Flagstaff on Sunday morning for
Lyons, Kans., where they will spend
a month's vacation with their par
ents. The Rebekahs will have another
chicken dinner at the Breen-Lewis
hall On the ri.1V nf fJin nononl alnntlnn
in November, which news is being re
ceived with delight by all the bdeh
leors, as well as by many other peo
ple. George Abousleman, owner of the
Eagle Grocery and meat market hav
ing had to spend a couple of weeks
at Belin, N. M., on a cattle deal, Pete
Michelbach is taking his place behind
the meat counter. Pete's thumb does
not seem to be any heavier than
The Junior Christian Endeavor so
ciety was re-organized at the Fed
erated church on Thursday evening.
Miss Etha Osborn will be the super
intendent, whilo Miss Florence Nor
man will have the position of assist
ant superintendent. Boys and girls
between the ages of 10 and 14 are
MAKES FINE SHOWING
The regular annual stockholders'
meeting of the Oatman Amalgamated
Gold Mining company was held at the
Commercial hotel, Flagstaff, which is
the main office of the organization,
on Monday afternoon from 2 to 6
o'clock, over two-thirds of the stock
being 'represented. The officers who
were present were Tom Rickel, vice
president; Charles Prochnow, secretary-treasurer;
Fred Hensing, super
intendent. Directors present: Tom
Rickel, Charles Prochnow, Fred Hen
sing, E. T. McGonigle, Herbert Bab
bitt ,After the reading of the annual re
port of the secretary, active plans
were made for the further develop
ment of the property, and the move
ment which is under way for raising
sufficient capital to develop the mine
was given encouragement. All of the
stockholders advised leaving the pres
ent board of directors in charge so
that it can complete the work already
started. The mine has been working
since 1915, and the outlook for the
future is bright. A job consisting
of 1500 feet of diamond drilling has
just been completed, and the results
have encouraged the stockholders to
go on with the work of development
on a larger scale. The board of di
rectors plan to procure capital to
make the work a complete success,
and-for this reason want the present
board to remain in power.
117 ITH our extreme care, you
can trust your most delicate
silks to us. No more expensive
than the ordinary cleaner.
Flagstaff's Leading Tailors
FLAGSTAFF Phone 5
Orange Crush in sterilized bottles.
We handle all kinds of rentals.
Alf. Dickinson & Son. Adv.
Mrs. B. F. Fitzpatrick, who came
from Minnesota to teach the white
children at Leupp, was a Flagstaff
visitor on Tuesday,
MRS. MARY DUFFY DIES
Mrs. Mary Duffy, for many years
a resident of Williams, passed away
Wednesday at the home of her daugh
ter, Mrs. Marion Rodriguez, after a
short illness. She was taken ill a
few months ago at Williams and
brought to the home of her daugh
ter, Mrs. Rodriguez last July, that
she might be given better care.
Mrs. Mary Duffy was born in Dub
lin, Ireland, 71 years ago and came
to this country in 1891. Her chil
dren are Michael Duffy, of Winslow,
Jack Duffy of Lawnsdale, California,
and Mrs. Marion Rodriguez of this
city, also three grand children, whom
she raised from the time of death
of her daughter, Mrs. Thomas K. Ze
ger at Winslow some 15 years ago.
Mrs. Duffy was a God-fearing,
motherly woman, and never failing in
her duty to her loved ones.
The funeral will be held at the
Church of the Nativity today and in
terment made in the Catholic ceme
We have a full supply for all
firearms. Shotgun shells for guns
of all guages and game of all
sizes. Rifle and revolver shells.
12 and 16guage pump guns,
Winchester large and small cali
bre rifles, shells and all other
hunting accessories, Winchester
gun grease, Winchester gun oil,
Winchester Rust Remover, Win
chester Crystal Cleaner for dis
solving pojvder and metal fouling.
Camp outfits. aid accessories
Everything you need, from
tarps to flashlights. Camp kits
and cooking utensils, complete
BY SHERIFF'S MEN
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the car, and two days later came up
with him down in the Sitgreaves nat
ional forest, where he had accommo
datingly crossed the line from Na
vajo back into this county.
'I hate to be arrested for stealing
this horse," he said. "But if it
wasn't for such damn fools as mo
you fellows wouldn't have anything
to do." He waived preliminary heat
ing, pleading guilty, and Judge Jones
in superior court sentenced him to
serve not less than three nor more
than five years in the state peniten
tiary. Deputy Sheriff Rudd took him
to the pen yesterday.
Parker said he figured that ho
would" be gone a week or so before
Gonsalez missed his horses.
Thompson was taken very sick on
the trip, but refused Rudd's efforts
to make him give up and come back
home. Sam said he was going to stick
as long as Bill did, and if Bill didn't
he would anyhow. When he got back
he had to stay in bed several days.
Acute indigestion, aggravated by his
recent operation for appendicitis.
Fresh Saratoga chips at the Brooks