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THE COCONINO SUN
FRIDAY, SEPEMBER 29, 1922.
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'If it's anything a first-class drugstore should have, we have it'
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BABY'S WEEK
If your baby is not up to standard, we have
HORlllCK'S MALTED MILK- ,
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NESTLES' FOOD
MELLEN'S FOOD
MEADE'S DEXTI-MALTOSE
BORDEN'S EAGLE CONDENSED MILK
LAMS GOATMILK
ROBINSON'S PATENT 'BARLEY
IMPERIAL GRANUM
DENNOS FOOD
And a Complete Line of Baby Accessories
KOTEX
BREEN-LEWIS DRUG OX
FREE DELIVERY
PHONE No. 58
Leather vests $7.85 at Sid Gass
man's. Union Taxi Company. Phones 75
and 30. Advertisement.
Rev. Conrad Van Zee was in Flag
staff last week-end on business, com
ing in from Tuba City.
John C. Potts, who has been con
nected with the firm of J. H. Harper,
left for Los Angeles last week.
E. L. Pearce, who has been in Jer
ome and Los Angeles, will be in Flag
staff for about two weeks, visiting C.
L. Caffey.
Roger Morse took his mother, Mrs.
F. A. Morse, to Verde on Saturday,
where she will visit her son, Alstom,
for several weeks. Roger returned to
Flagstaff on Sunday evening.
Mrs. Austin W. Brown entertained
Miss Annie Gertrude Linney and John
Potts at a little dinner party on Fri
day eveing. Mr. Potts is planning
to leave for Los Angeles in the near
future.
Fred Garing, chairman of the coun
ty board of supervisors and Attorney
C. B. Wilson went to Phoenix on bus
iness Sunday, returning Tuesday. They
were there in connection with the re
fund to the county of the railroad
bond money.
Moccasin boots and shoes at Sid
Gassman's.
Top-o-Peak brand soda water In
sterilized bbttles. Advertisement.
Prof, and Mrs. Denman and J. W.
Sitler spent Sunday at Walnut Can
yon. Leo Garcia, of the Breen-Lewis drug
force, has been laid up at home, sick,
for several days.
Come in and see the ladies' dress
hats and street hats received Wednes
day at Babbitt Bros. Trading Co.
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Roome spent the
first part of the week in Winslow,
where Mr. Roome had business at the
Babbitt branch store.
Hey kids! Save 20 of our CLEAN
MAID bread wrappers, and return
them to the Bon Ton bakery for one of
our kiddy kites. Adv.
See Dr. Sehell of ucson on his reg
ular visit at The Commercial Hotel
on Tuesday and Wednesday, October
10 and 11. Two days only. Special
attention to children's eyes. 9129-2t
Co. Attornye and Mrs. C. M. Gold
and children motored to Phoenix by
wav of Roosevelt and the Natural
bridge last Wednesday morning on a
combined business and pleasure trip,
They are expected home this morning.
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Home Cooked Meals Served Family Style
Table Board, $10 per week. Single Meals, 50c
Rooms at Moderate Rates.
Tom Bolger.
Phone 288.
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THE COMMERCIAL CAFE
is the Best, Coolest and Cleanest Place to Eat
in Northern Arizona
Capable forQuick Service and Courteous
Treatment in every way
Phone 195
Special Chicken Dinner Every Sunday
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Arizona lumber and Timber (o.
T. A. RIORDAN, President. M. J. RIORDAN, Secretary
I..B. KOCH, Vice-Pres, Manager
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Manufacturers of
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FLAGSTAFF
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LOCAL BREVITIES
Union Taxi Company. Phones 76
and 30. Advertisement.
J. E. Hutchison of Albuquerque is
yisiting with Mr. and Mrs." Archie Ho-
gan.
You will find a'comtilete showing
ofCooper's underwear for men at
SidGassman's.
Dc; you know that a new shipment
of ladies' hats has just arrived at
Babbitt Bros.' Trading Co.?
Anyone wishing to sell or buy a
cityior country homo call on us. Alf.
Dickinson & Son. Advertisement.
The Misses Mary and Katherine
BecUwith and A. Belmont and Emory
Valerius spent Sunday at Grand Can
yon. (
The enrollment at Saint Anthony's
school has reached 174, and more stu
dents will arrive before the first of
next month.
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.
Katie Bean, who spent a few weeks
of her vacation in California, has re
turned to Flagstaff and' is again ' a
student at Emerson High school.
Miss Kathryn Keller, who had been
visiting Phoenix friends in the, south
ern part of the state for .several
weeks, returned the last of last week.
Roy Goodo left on Tuesday- for
Springfield, 111., where he will visit
friends and relatives for 30 days, af
ter which he will return to Flagstaff.
S. L. Bcnedito of the El Tovar, and
E. Nelson of Grand Canyon, were vis
itors in Flagstaff on Thursday, Ben
edito taking the first degree in Ma
conry that evening.
A. T. Cornish of Phoenix, represent
ing the" international revenue depart
ment, and who is in charge of the in
come tax department, was in Flag
staff during the week.
Miss Vera Greenlaw, daughter of
Mrs. C. A. Greenlaw, who had been
touring Europe for several months
this summer, has returned to Balti
more, where she is teaching.
Dont fail to attend 'the silver tea,
given by St. Margaret's Guild, at the
home of Mrs. C. W. Isham, 212 West
Elm avenue, next Wednesday after
noon from 3 to 6. Gifts, novelties,
Christmas cards and candy will bo on
sale.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lindblom, Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Asselin, Mr. and
Mrs."E. C. Mills, Miss Grace Sandon,
Miss Olive McNerney and Miss Char
lotte Mills enjoyed a picnic at Cra
ter Lake on Sunday, returning around
the peaks to Flagstaff.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. McCartney, who
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. S.
Roome last week, are now at the
Grand Canyon. Later on they will
make their home in Los Angeles',
where Mr. McCartney has a position
with the Southern California Edison
company.
Oliver Raudebaugh was the first
one in Flagstaff to get the news of
the defeat in the sixth round of
Georges Carpentier, French heavy
weight champion of Europe, by Batt
ling Siki, the Senegalese pug. He got
it over his radiophone soon after the
fight ended.
Mrs. Cecil DeVaney conducted the
weekly story hour for children at the
town library on Saturday afternoon
from 2 to 3 o'clock. A number of lit
tle folks were present, and enjoyed
Mrs. DeVaney's interesting stories
about "Little Black Sambo," "The Lit
tle Bear," and "Thankful." Another
story hour will be held at the library
tomorrow at the same time, and it is
hoped that the parents will continue
to send the children, so that the at
tendance may remain good.
Union Taxi Company. Phone 75
and 30. Advertisement.
The best in tailored clothes from
Hart Schaffner & Marx at Sid Gass
man's, Mr. and Mrs.'HuglT'McGookih went
to Camp Verde on Sunday visiting
Montezuma Castle.
A new shipment of ladies' dress
hats and sport hats received Wednes
day at Babbitt; Bros.' Trading Co.
Mrs. Robert Cree has been teaching
at the Emersonsince the beginning of
school, substituting for Miss Mary
Leedom. f
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Simpson, Mrs.
J. C. Kelly, Horace Nay and Ernest
T. W. Coulter took a trip to Hennessy
tanks on Sunday.
Hey kids! Save 20 of our CLEAN
MAID bread wrappers, and return
them to the Bon Ton bakery for one of
our kiddy kites; Adv.
Mrs. Joe Wight, with her daughters,
Cecilia and Lillian, left on Monday
for Phoenix, where she will visit her
sister, Miss Virginia Phelan, for about
six weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cooper, Mr. and
Mrs. Joe G. Higginbotham, and Mr.
and Mrs. Grover Jones went to Tuba
City on Saturday afternoon, returning
on Sunday evening.
The Lowell Astronomical Observa
tory will be open to visitors every
Tuesday and Friday, at 4 p. m., when
the telescope, photographs and draw
ings will be explained.
The ladies of St Margaret's Guild
will give a silver tea at the home of
Mrs. C. W. Isham, 212 West Elm ave
nue, next Wednesdayafternoon from
f to C. Candy, gifts, Christmas cards
and novelties will be sold.
John A. Adams, deputy forest su
pervisor, spent last week in the Bly
country. Stock in that part of the
country came through the dry spell
pretty well. Although he saw a few
antelope there, other game is not
abundant.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Heiser return
ed Tuesday from Los Angeles where
Mr. Heiser recently underwent two
major operations at the Clara Barton
hospital. Mr. Heiser says he is feel
intr fine but is goinsr to take it easy
for some time yet while recuperat
ing.
Miss Addie Mae Arthur, who has
been holding a position with the Earl
V. Lewis company of Los Angeles,
will take a position with the Mayhew
studio next week. Miss Arthur is an
expert in printing and enlarging and
will be quite an addition to the May
hew force.
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fortable house than it
does a suit of clothes j
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Work in all its branches scien
tifically done. Why not have that
buck head mounted?
D. M. ELDREDGE, Flagstaff
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fiRPHEUM THEATRF
Sunday, October 1
"CAMERON QF THE ROYAL MOUNTED"
From Ralph Connor's stirring story, with an all-star cast including
Gaston Glass, Vivienne Osborne and Irving Cummings. A fast-moving
and most engrossing story of the Canadian Northwest. The beau
ties and wonders of the Canadian Rockies form the background for
this picture.
Also two-reel Christie comedy, "Oh Buddy," Night, lower floor re
served, 50c; balcony, 35c; children 25c. .Matinee 3 p. m., 10c, 25c, 35c
Wednesday, October 4
WM. FOX PRESENTS
"A 'CONNECTICUT YANKEE IN KING
ARTHUR'S COURT"
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The greatest satire in the history of literature, by Mark Twain.
It's a mass of mirth and merriment. One of the big specials. Don't
miss it. Lower floor, reserved, 55c; balcony, 35c; children, 25c. Mat
inee, 4 p. m., 10c, 25c, 35c. Prices include tax.
Concrete Brick
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Superior quality made local
ly, at a less price than they
can be had from any other
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Arizona Quarry I Concrete (o.
G. T. HERRINGTON, Manager
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C. I. Crump is now located at the
Carson studio.
Mrs. Agnes Pouthie, who has been
ill for several days, is improving.
NAVAJO RUGS
Selected for Good
Quality and Design
J. H. FROHMILUER
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VETERINARY SURGEON
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I 20 N. San Francisco St.
i Phone 185. Flagstaff, Arlx.
1 Phone 30.
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IF you order Arcola right now, we can install
it at once, and you can have this wonderful new
hot-water heating-system, with a radiator in each
room, all ready for cold weather. This Fall
there'll be a big rush. In fact, last Fall thousands
of house owners couldn't buy Arcola, there was
such a shortage. But iow pu can get
ARCOLA at lowest prices
For instance, here are approximate figures for
Arcola completely installed to heat:
3-Rooms Arcola with 2 radiators $275
4-Rooms Arcola with 3 radiators $ 365
5-Rooms ARCOLA with 4 radiators $ 440
6-Rooms ARCOLA with 5 radiators $ 520
Call or phone and get exact cost for your home
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WILSON & COFFIN
PLUMBING, HEATING AND
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The home is no Jonger a factory. It is the,
family refuge, a place of recreation and re
freshment. In it the needs of the soul as
well as of the body must be, satisfied in
large part. Love of home is a composite of
respect for parents and brothers and sis
ters and of satisfaction and contentment
due to a' wholesome and restful environ
ment.
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